• the harbour in St Mawes with sailing boats and kayaks
  • view of Portscatho taken from across the fields
  • the two round houses that mark the entrance to Veryan
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Villages and Towns


The Roseland Peninsula is totally un-spoilt and remains a sanctuary for those wishing to relax and escape the hustle and bustle of modern day living. For more information on the Roseland visit our places to see page

St Mawes

Harbour-side village with shops, pubs, restaurants, tennis courts, sailing club, boat moorings and a Barclays bank. Pedestrian ferries run regularly to Falmouth and Place. View St Mawes map

St Just in Roseland

Our nearest village, known for the Church and boatyard. Sorry, no shops or pubs


Active fishing village lying in a sheltered corner of Gerrans Bay with a few shops, pubs and restaurants. Sandy beaches offer safe swimming and there is plenty of parking


Charming little village whose entrance is marked by the ancient Roundhouses. There is a pub, a few shops, art gallery and riding stables


Quaint fishing village with a pub and restaurant


Visit by car or ferry, you will find most banks, shops and eating places, also the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis castle


The Cathedral city is the place to go for shopping, banks, Plaza cinema, bowling and the Hall for Cornwall . Use the King Harry car ferry to save some miles, for ease of parking use the park & ride


Bustling fishing village with shops, banks, and eating places

St Austell

This town has undergone major regeneration, find shops, banks and a multi-screen cinema