Green Tourism...

Land's End Area Accommodation Provider (LEAP) encourages its members to operate in a sustainable way. So far, 18 members have completed the BTEC Intermediate Award for Sustainable Tourism.

Many are members of CoaST (Cornwall Sustainable Tourism Project www.coastproject.co.uk) and all are working towards being as green as possible, as soon as possible, with as little impact on our beautiful and fragile environment as we can manage.

Our ecological responsibility is to protect, conserve and/ or enhance our area ensuring the long term well-being of the environment for the future

By supporting local businesses and services we try to contribute to the economic vitality and sustainability of West Penwith.

We encourage visitors to appreciate the local environment, history and wildlife as well as all other local attractions, celebrating our local heritage and all that the arts scene has to offer.

We try to reduce and/ or balance the impact visitors have on the area by encouraging them to leave the car behind and use local public services, enjoy the many walks in the area and respect our countryside at all times.

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Dog Friendly Beaches

Land's End Area:

Pedn Vounder, Nanjizel, Gwenver, Portheras Cove, Priests Cove, Boat Cove 

Penzance/Mousehole Area:

Eastern Green, Wherrytown, Long Rock, Roskilly, Salt Ponds

St Ives/Hayle Area:

Hor Point, Clodgy Point, Bamaluz Beach, Lambeth Walk, Porthkidney Sands, Riviere, Mexico, Upton to Peter's Point, Peter's Point

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Dog Ban Dates on other beaches

Easter through to September 30th from 0800 to 1900

 

Small Visitor Attraction of the Year - 3 winners on our doorstep

In the recent Cornwall Tourism Awards Porthcurno Telegraph Museum scooped gold, Geevor Tin Mine silver and Penlee House Gallery and Museum bronze. All three are within a ten mile radius of the properties listed on this website.