Perranporth, Cornwall

Perranporth tide times



March 2024

Perranporth tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri01
02:111.5m
14:291.7m
08:106.2m
20:275.9m
Sat02
02:431.9m
15:012.1m
08:435.9m
21:035.6m
Sun03
03:222.2m
15:442.5m
09:245.5m
21:535.3m
Mon04
04:182.6m
16:512.8m
10:265.1m
23:135.0m
Tue05
05:552.8m
18:542.9m
12:044.9m
Wed06
07:462.6m
20:262.4m
01:015.1m
13:475.2m
Thu07
08:591.9m
21:261.8m
02:255.6m
15:005.7m


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Things to see and do near Perranporth

If you're planning a visit to Perranporth, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Learn to surf at Stoked Surf School – Sign up for surfing lessons and learn the basics of surfing on the beautiful beaches of Perranporth.
  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Beach Activities – Perranporth's 3 mile-long sandy beach is perfect for swimming, surfing, and other water sports. It also offers stunning views of the Atlantic coast, and plenty of rockpools for exploring.
  • Perranporth Golf Club – This 18-hole golf course is set in an idyllic valley, with views of the Cornish coastline stretching out to the horizon. A great spot for experienced golfers and beginners alike.
  • Horse Riding – Nearby equestrian centers provide horse riding lessons and treks across the beautiful countryside of Cornwall.
  • Go Kayaking – Take a kayak tour to explore the hidden coves and dramatic cliffs of the North Cornwall Coast.
  • Visit St. Piran's Oratory – The oldest church in Cornwall, St. Piran's Oratory is a beautiful reminder of the area's long history.
  • Enjoy Local Festivals – Perranporth is known for its lively festivals, such as the World Gurning Championships and the annual New Year's Day dip.
  • Go Coasteering – Take a guided tour and explore the rugged coastlines of Cornwall by climbing, jumping and swimming around the rocks.
  • Walk the Coast Path – Perranporth is part of the South West Coast Path, a 630-mile long national trail stretching from Minehead to Poole Harbour.
  • Go Surfing – Perranporth is well-known for its great surf conditions, and you can find plenty of surf schools offering lessons for all levels.
  • Visit the Holy Well – A visit to the Holy Well of St. Piran is a must for anyone who wants to experience a little bit of Cornish magic.
  • Explore Perranporth's Churches – The town's two churches, St. Piran's and St. Michael's, are well worth a visit.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Boat tours depart from Perranporth harbour, taking you along the coast to visit some of the area's most stunning landmarks.
  • Get Creative at the Perranporth Pottery – Visit the Pottery to learn the basics of pottery making and try your hand at creating your own unique pieces.
  • Tour the Mines – Take a guided tour of the mines of Cornwall, to learn more about the area's mining history and to explore some of the darker corners of the county.

There are many things to see and do near Perranporth. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!