Gweek – 8.5 miles
Famous for its ‘Seal Sanctuary’ this is a sleepy riverside village is at the head of the Helford river.
Helston – 10 miles
The main town from Coverack, Helston is a market town steeped in history and famous for its ‘Furry or Flora Dance’ that takes place in May every year. It has plenty of supermarkets; Sainsburys, Tesco and Lidl. The community hospital has a minor injury unit. There is also a leisure centre and a cinema.
Falmouth – 17 miles
Falmouth has a unique feel about it, probably due to its mix of people and its history. Some historical facts for you to learn more about: Falmouth Harbour is the third deepest natural harbour in the world, and the deepest in Western Europe, Henry Vlll had Pendennis Castle built and it was made the Royal Mail Packet Station. There are always events taking place in Falmouth such as the International Sea Shanty Festival, The Oyster Festival, Falmouth Week to name but a few.
Lands End – 34 miles
This is the most westerly point in mainland Britain and famous for the many charity events that take place to or from John O’Groats.
Newquay Airport – 47 miles
Flights to London Heathrow and other destinations in the UK and Europe
Redruth Train Station – 21 miles
The nearest station for trains to London, Paddington