Bay View Farm Camping Pods

Camping Pod Holidays in Cornwall

Tuesday 22nd of May 2018

Phone Number: 01503 265 922

Local Attractions in Cornwall

There are lots of exciting things to do throughout the Cornwall area for all the family. If you are visiting Looe or Cornwall, you can find many fascinating activities to keep you entertained.

Local Attractions in Cornwall

Eden Project

A world famous attraction. It is recognised by the British Travel Awards as the very best UK Leisure Attraction 3 years running (2013, 2012 and 2011). Eden hardly needs an introduction. But this impressive destination is worthy of a day of your focus. 

More than just a massive, tropical garden. Eden is a portal right into the partnerships in between plants and individuals. It is a fascinating insight into the story of the human race's dependence on plants. 

Adrenalin Quarry

There's even more to Adrenalin Quarry than jumping off a cliff. The park is secure and fun for family members, thrilling for adrenaline addicts. That's why we're usually showcased in 'finest points to do in Cornwall' lists in the national press.

  • Numerous tourist attractions on site
  • Overcome The Widowmaker (Coasteering) 
  • Repeat you trips in Slo-Mo (Video Pass) 
  • Kick back on the grass & dive off the pontoon 
  • Go-karting at Kartworld 
  • Picnic area is overlooking the lake 
  • COST-FREE entry, parking & children playpark 
  • Embark on The Zip - UK's Maddest Zip Wire
  • Ride The Giant Swing
  • Get fresh picnics & BBQs made to order
  • Try deep water wild swimming 
  • Appreciate magnificent views & impressive wild animals 
  • Viewing platforms: see the high cliff jumpers 

The Monkey Sanctuary

The Monkey Sanctuary Trust is a unique charity. It is devoted to advertising the well-being, conservation and survival of primates. It works to finish the primate trade and abuse of primates in bondage. It promotes the rehab of captive primates and the conservation of those in the wild. It operates a haven for the preservation and welfare of wild animals and the environment. The Monkey Sanctuary is positioned in gorgeous forests overlooking Looe Bay in south eastern Cornwall. 

Porfell Wildlife Park And Sanctuary 

 Where the tranquillity of the Cornish countryside combine with the exotic world of wild animals. Porfell has created a special collaboration of the unspoilt all-natural charm. It combines this rich setting and the functional, sensible needs of both animals and site visitors. 

Crealy Adventure Park 

All concerning an excellent household day out at Crealy Great Adventure Parks. The South West's favourite household day out!

Carnglaze Caverns

Part of Cornwall's mining heritage, Carnglaze Caverns contains three manufactured caves. These were created as part of a slate quarry in the Loveny Valley, near the town of St Neot, Liskeard. Visit three gigantic caverns. These have a consistent temperature of 10ºC which is a welcome relief from too much warm and excellent sanctuary from the rain. 

The lowest of the three caverns has a lake. You can roam around 6.5 acres of shaded woodland with an Enchanted Dell full of faeries. This is protected by dedicated dragons and home to Hobbits and various other wondrous forest animals. Take an outing and make a day of it. Carnglaze is enjoyable for all the household throughout the year.

Looe Island

Looe Island is a marine nature reserve, and the waters around it are teaming with life. The island supplies a peaceful haven for wildlife, with a range of habitats. Looe Island is part of the Whitsand and Looe Bay Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ). It has a variety of priceless wildlife habitats. These consist of woodland, maritime, grassland, sand, shingle and rough coral reef.

Access to the island entails climbing up over the side of the watercraft into a tiny touchdown cart. Care is additionally should negotiate the swash of the waves which can cover the cart. 

After strolling throughout the sand and tile beach, there is a sloping path up to the Tractor Shed. There are some steps around the structures. Elsewhere some paths are steep, uneven and unsafe, so we advise wearing appropriate footwear. To find out more and advice for wheelchair users you need to speak to the warden.

The course around the whole island is less than one km long and can be pleasantly walked in around 30 minutes.