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The Weather in Tresco
This is the climate diagram for Tresco. July is the warmest month in Tresco, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. However, temperatures can go lower than 6° in Tresco in February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is May.
See the Scilly Isles in a new way with a Tresco holiday cottage
The tiny island of Tresco offers a truly relaxing break. Book a traditional Cornish holiday cottage on the island with all the mod cons of home, and get ready for beaches, gardens, and great food.
Fabulous Cornish produce
There are a range of places to eat on the island, with restaurants and brasseries like the Flying Boat giving the opportunity to dine as you watch the sun set over the Atlantic. If you prefer to eat in your Tresco accommodation, the local stores sell a range of great local produce.
Tresco is a popular foodie destination, and during the summer months there are regular food events with pop-up restaurants and tastings by Scilly Isles producers. Once you've eaten, stop by your local inn for a drink – it won't even be too far to walk home to your private letting.
Explore tropical vegetation on Tresco
A trip to botanical gardens might not be the first thing which springs to mind with kids, but Tresco Abbey Gardens is quite unique. Kids can explore and play among mature sub-tropical plants, trees, and bushes, as well as visit an interesting shipwreck museum on the site, to learn about vessels wrecked on rocks around the Scilly Isles.
Children of all ages will enjoy Cromwell's Castle, a 17th century artillery fort and Grade II listed building. It offers great views.
Enjoy some of England's best beaches
Tresco is almost completely surrounded by stunning, uncrowded beaches, with white sands and clear blue seas. The small size of the island and its car-free status means you'll have to walk the perimeter before choosing which beach you like the best, but all are ideal for sandcastle building, playing, and paddling. One favourite is Rushy Porth, with sand dunes and views across to neighbouring islands.
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