The three beaches that make up Carlyon Bay are Crinnis Beach, Shorthorn Beach and Polgaver Beach, are in fact of recent deposition and are composed mainly of waste material from the china clay industry.
Development is underway to improve the facilities here. Look out for what is sure to be another local spot for you to enjoy when you move to a Buckler Village Park Home.
The town of Fowey has a unique unspoilt ancient charm. Medieval and Tudor cottages with narrow steep winding streets lead to a harbour busy with yachts and boats.
The town has strong connections with the world famous author, Dame Daphne Du Maurier, who spent most of her life in the area. A Daphne Du Maurier festival is held each May.
Fowey Regatta week held in August, is a popular event, with sailing events, a carnival, the Red Arrows and much more.
A delightful unspoilt fishing village on the South Coast of Cornwall. Mevagissey is a working fishing port with lots to see and do. Everything one expects from a traditional working fishing village.
The harbour village of Charlestown was a Georgian 'new town', a port development planned by local landowner Charles Rashleigh after whom it was named.
Still a working port that exports china clay regularly, this port town has escaped development to remain a fine and fascinating town on the Cornish coast.