St.Agnes is a great place to come because as well as learning to surf there are lots of other things to do, places to go and things to see, it’s a village full of history and natural beauty a well as great surf. St.Agnes is popular with tourists for its beaches and its natural, ancient charm and character, but not so busy as to have lost those original assets.
The natural beauty of the area has attracted and inspired many artists whose work can viewed in a number of galleries in the village in particular pieces Paul Nicholls capturing the speed and excitement of the surf and surfing at St.Agnes.
With numerous breathtaking walks and cycle rides around the area, great pubs and restaurants to stop at, learning to surf with our surf school will be just one the highlights of your visit.
A range of accommodation to choose from many of them within walking distance from the beach:
Superb year-round self catering holiday accommodation in a peaceful woodland valley winding gently down to the beautiful beach of Trevaunace Cove. Each cottage has its own self contained garden or terrace
Beacon Cottage Farm Holidays
70 level grassy pitches in six small landscaped paddocks, some with spectacular sea views while others have shelter for those who prefer it.
Little Orchard Village
The Village has been created in a lovely wooded valley very close to Trevaunance Cove with its sheltered sandy beaches. The chalets have been carefully sited in picturesque terraced gardens to give a quiet, peaceful holiday.
The Driftwood Spars is a traditional Cornish pub, located on the North Cornish coastal footpath and offers 4* AA Guest Accommodation.
For more information about things to do in St.Agnes visit www.st-agnes.com.