Portreath and its surrounding areas are the host to many square miles of beautiful countryside, coastal walks and beaches. Hiking the coastal path is an excellent way to take in the scenery and find little coves and hidden gems only found on the unique Cornish coastline.
Cornwall is also famous for its mining from Tin to Gold with many mine tours still open to the public. We have a few selected locations below which are well worth exploring.
With more than 18 acres to explore at the heart of the Cornish mining landscape, you and your family can find the perfect place to treat yourselves.
See first-hand how they create stunning pieces of jewelry. With expert craftsmen on-site, you can view how precious items are created.
Looking for a unique way to recycle your old jewelry? Look no further with on-site cleaning and repair services as well as rhodium plating. Hugely experienced craftsmen can also offer a bespoke design services to have your old jewelry reimagined or renewed.
Cornwall Gold is suitable for all ages with a wide range of crafts on offer from Bear Works, Create & Paint pottery and the Gem Scoop. Search for gold in the Tolgus Stream Panning or enjoy a round of Krazy Golf.
Cornwall Gold can be found using the postal code TR16 4HN
Enjoy the tranquil setting and variety of wildlife at Tehidy Country Park. With a new beauty with every new season, Tehidy is an enchanting place to visit all year round.
The Visitor Centre and Café is located at South Drive and is open all year round serving light snacks and drinks.
Open every day except Mondays – Spring/Summer 10am – 5pm, Autumn/Winter 10am – 4pm.
Tehidy is the largest area of woodland in West Cornwall. Now managed as a Country Park, Tehidy has over 9 miles of paths and 250 acres of peaceful woods and lakes to explore. There are 5 main access points including North Cliff carpark and South Drive car park.
Enjoy excellent hiking and beautiful scenery while following the Coastal Path from Portreath to Godrevy along the Heritage Coast.
High cliffs, rocky shores and small coves form this AONB coastline with Godrevy Lighthouse marking the western point.
While hiking this beautiful route you will be treated to spectacular high cliffs & small sandy coves with the most popular being Hell’s Mouth which is ideal for a short rest and refreshments with a café close by.
Keep an eye out for seal colonies near Godrevy making this a very special part of Cornwall.
The coastal walk from Portreath to Godrevy takes approximately 2 hours and being a coastal path correct footwear and precautions should be taken.