• St Mawes castle with flag flying
  • St Just in Roseland church with the creek and boats behind
  • St Anthony's lighthouse from the water with boats sailing past in front
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Places to See

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The Roseland is completely un-commercialised but has plenty of history and places to see. Below are just some of the things, also visit our walking, beaches and on the water pages


St Mawes Castle

Built by Henry VIII with great views of Falmouth and the Carrick Roads. Now part of English Heritage, open all year with plenty of parking

St Just In Roseland Church

Set amongst sub-tropical trees and shrubs on the waters edge, approx 1.5 miles from the Park. Take the footpath to Pasco’s boatyard or continue on for a 2 mile scenic walk towards St Mawes. Refreshments available Miss V’s


St Anthony Head

Many walks and spectacular views over one of the world’s largest natural harbours with National Trust car park, bird hide, St. Anthony Battery and WW2 observation post

St Anthony Lighthouse

Built in 1834 this marks the entrance to the Carrick Roads and was also the setting for the television series ‘Fraggle Rock’


Nare Head

Fantastic vantage point for breath taking views and walks along the coast. Also the remains of a WW2 decoy centre and an underground Cold War bunker which opens a few times a year

St Anthony Church

Dating from the 12th century and now under the care of the Churches conservation trust