Roseland Peninsula - Cornwall

Roseland PeninsulaWith a relatively Mediterranean climate, The Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall is a haven for all sorts for thriving flora and fauna. Beautiful wild flowers bursting with brilliant hues and glimpses of amazing local wildlife would capture your heart. As one of the best destinations to visit, it is situated in the Southern part of Cornwall. St Mawes is referred to as the main village on the Roseland Peninsula. With an astonishing array of activities and attractions for visitors awaiting within this spectacular Peninsula, you can be assured of a wonderful vacation in this part of Cornwall.

The Roseland Peninsula also is home to some of the finest beaches in the country. Tourists who fancy the countryside will also be delighted with the splendid views the Peninsula offers, especially when one chooses to travel by foot along the southern coast.

St Mawes is lined with some popular pubs, restaurants and unique hotels, which offer plenty of privacy, owing to its secluded geographical location. Yet, one just has to take a trip on a foot ferry for about 20 minutes to reach the ancient towns, Falmouth or Truro. Art lovers and enthusiasts will find much to be amused about at Portscatho, a pretty fishing village bursting with art galleries and museums. Its harbour is a perfect spot for gazing at the surroundings, especially the stunning Porth Curnick beach. Irresistible local delicacies, which dominate the menus of the restaurants and eateries, will pamper your taste buds. Accommodations with splendid views of the surroundings are easily accessible as well.

Home to the Lugger, an exclusive hotel and restaurant, the gorgeous Cornish countryside beckons curious visitors to Portloe, which was where the BBC series “Wild West” was filmed. Every aspect of the Peninsula, whether it is St. Anthony’s Head or Tregony, also known as the ‘Gateway of the Roseland’, an exquisite and marvelous vacation will amaze you, even as memories.

Similarly, the Porth Curnick, Porthscatho, Towan and Porth Beor beaches have their individual unique qualities, which must be experienced to be believed.