The Local Area
near Sea Acres Holiday Park
Sea Acres Holiday Park with its fabulous cliff top location offers stunning views over Kennack Sands. Only a short stroll down to the beach, the area surrounding Sea Acres is perfect for exploring.
When it comes to walking, it's hard to beat the dramatic South West Coastal Path. Stretching for over 600 miles from the edge of Exmoor National Park to the shores of Poole Harbour in Dorset,it passes right by the park. So why not join it at Sea Acres and meander down to the picturesque villages of Coverack or Cadgwith.
Attractions near Sea Acres Holiday Park
Not only is there a lot to do on park but there are also a great range of family attractions to try out nearby. We have selected a sample of our favourites that are all within a short distance from Sea Acres Holiday Park.
- Lands End
- St Michael's Mount
- The Flambards Experience
- The National Seal Sanctuary
- Poldark Mine
- National Maritime Museum
- Roskilly's Ice Cream Farm
- Cadgwith Cove
1. Lands End
As one of Britain's best loved landmarks, it holds a unique position in the most westerly point of England.
2. St Michael's Mount
Explore this amazing island and discover legend, myth and more than a thousand years of history.
3. The Flambards Experience
Thrilling rides, live entertainment and more at Cornwall's top family theme park. Scream if you want to go faster!!
4. The National Seal sanctuary
Encounter fascinating seals, playful otters and comical penguins at Europe's busiest seal rescue centre.
5. Poldark Mine
Follow in the footsteps of 18th century Cornish tin miners with audio visual and displays, on adventure unlike any other.
6. National Maritime Museum
See the maritime history of Cornwall brought to life through exhibits and interactive displays.
7. Roskilly's Ice Cream Farm
Watch them turn milk into scrummy Cornish ice cream, then taste the results for yourself.
8. Cadgwith Cove
Watch the boats come into this tiny, unspoilt fishing village sprinkles with picturesque thatched cottages.
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