Wherrytown, Cornwall

Wherrytown tide times



May 2024

Wherrytown tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat25
00:581.0m
13:151.1m
06:465.1m
18:595.2m
Sun26
01:351.0m
13:511.2m
07:235.0m
19:345.2m
Mon27
02:131.1m
14:291.3m
08:024.9m
20:135.1m
Tue28
02:551.2m
15:131.4m
08:464.8m
20:585.0m
Wed29
03:441.4m
16:051.6m
09:374.6m
21:504.9m
Thu30
04:431.5m
17:081.8m
10:364.5m
22:534.8m
Fri31
05:531.6m
18:221.8m
11:464.5m


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Things to see and do near Wherrytown

If you're planning a visit to Wherrytown, 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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  • Explore the Beach – Wherrytown is located on the south coast of Cornwall and is home to two spectacular beaches. Polzeath and Daymer Bay provide plenty of opportunities for swimming, sunbathing and exploring the rocky shoreline.
  • Hike the South West Coast Path – Wherrytown is the perfect starting point for a walk along the South West Coast path. This long-distance path takes in some of the most stunning scenery in the UK.
  • Visit the Harbour – Wherrytown's harbour is a great spot for fishing, crabbing and sailing. Take a stroll around the harbour and soak up the atmosphere of this traditional fishing town.
  • Visit the National Trust Property – Trevose Head is a National Trust property located just outside of Wherrytown. Admire the coastal scenery and explore the area's rich history.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Explore the coastline of Wherrytown on a boat trip. Take a leisurely cruise around the harbour and spot the local wildlife.
  • Enjoy a Cream Tea – There's nothing more quintessentially British than enjoying a traditional cream tea. Take a seat in one of Wherrytown's many cafes and indulge in a spot of afternoon tea.
  • Shop Local – Wherrytown is home to a number of independent stores selling locally made products. Take a wander around the shops and pick up some unique souvenirs.
  • Go Kayaking – Rent a kayak or join a guided tour and explore the coastline of Wherrytown from the water. Get up close and personal with the wildlife and admire the stunning scenery.
  • Visit the National Trust Gardens – The National Trust property at Wherrytown contains some beautiful gardens. Take a stroll around the grounds and admire the colourful flowers.
  • Take a Surf Lesson – With two stunning beaches, Wherrytown is the perfect spot to learn how to surf. Take a lesson and get ready to ride the waves.
  • Enjoy Traditional Fish and Chips – Nothing beats a traditional British fish and chip supper. Enjoy a meal of freshly caught fish and chips in one of Wherrytown's many cafes and restaurants.
  • Attend a Festival – Wherrytown is home to a number of festivals throughout the year. Enjoy the music, theatre and art on offer and take in the atmosphere of the town.
  • Visit the Art Galleries – Wherrytown is home to a number of art galleries, showcasing the work of local artists. Spend an afternoon admiring the artwork and picking up a few souvenirs.
  • Explore the Nature Reserves – Wherrytown is surrounded by a number of nature reserves, providing ample opportunity for wildlife watching. Look out for otters, seals and a variety of bird species.

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