Porthcurno, Cornwall

Porthcurno tide times



April 2024

Porthcurno tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Fri12
01:58
14:17
07:496.2m
20:046.0m
Sat13
02:39
14:55
08:305.7m
20:465.5m
Sun14
03:21
15:37
09:135.1m
21:325.0m
Mon15
04:11
16:29
10:064.6m
22:324.5m
Tue16
05:25
17:56
11:214.2m
Wed17
07:15
19:44
00:054.3m
13:034.1m
Thu18
08:37
20:54
01:404.4m
14:234.4m


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Things to see and do near Porthcurno

If you're planning a visit to Porthcurno, 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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  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Explore the Beach – Porthcurno beach is the perfect destination for a sunny day. It is a sheltered cove with stunning views of the Atlantic, and the white sand beach is great for relaxing and swimming.
  • Visit the Minack Theatre – This world-famous open-air theatre is carved into the cliff-face and offers stunning views across the bay. It is a wonderful place to watch a play, or simply walk around and enjoy the spectacular scenery.
  • Take a Boat Trip – There are a range of boat trips available from Porthcurno, from scenic cruises to fishing trips. Take the opportunity to explore the stunning coastline, and spot some of the local wildlife.
  • Try Surfing – The waves at Porthcurno are ideal for all types of surfing, from beginners to experts. There are plenty of surf schools in the area, so get kitted out and enjoy some waves!
  • Explore the Coast Path – The South West Coast Path runs along the coast here, and offers stunning views of the sea. There are plenty of places to explore, including the nearby towns of Penzance and Newlyn.
  • Visit the Telegraph Museum – The Telegraph Museum is located in the old telegraph station, and provides a fascinating insight into the history of telegraphy in Cornwall.
  • Visit St Michael's Mount – St Michael's Mount is a stunning castle perched on an island just off the coast. You can take a boat trip to the island, and explore the castle and its grounds.
  • Visit the Tate St Ives – The Tate St Ives is a modern art gallery, featuring works from some of the most renowned contemporary artists.
  • Visit the Land's End – Land's End is the most westerly point of mainland England, and offers stunning views. It's a great spot for a day trip, with plenty of shops and restaurants.
  • Take a Day Trip to the Isles of Scilly – The Isles of Scilly are a stunning group of islands off the coast of Cornwall. Take a boat or plane trip to explore the islands and experience the stunning scenery.
  • Go Sea Kayaking – Take a sea kayaking trip around the bay, and explore some of the hidden coves and caves.
  • Take a Trip to Mousehole – Mousehole is a picturesque fishing village, with narrow cobbled streets and colourful cottages. Take the time to explore the village, and sample some of the local seafood.
  • Visit the National Seal Sanctuary – The National Seal Sanctuary is home to a variety of rescued seals and other marine wildlife. It's a great place to learn more about these fascinating creatures.
  • Visit the Eden Project – The Eden Project is a unique attraction, featuring a series of biomes filled with tropical plants and wildlife. It's a great place to spend a day, with plenty to see and do.
  • Go Coasteering – Coasteering is an exhilarating activity, combining a mix of swimming, climbing, and jumping. It's a great way to explore the rugged Cornish coastline.

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