Situated in the heart of Cornwall’s great South West, St Buryan is midway between Penzance and Land’s End on the the spectacular Penwith Peninsula surrounded by 36 miles of coast line. Miles of award-winning beaches including family favourites like Sennen Cove and Porthcurno are within easy reach and there is a regular bus service to Penzance and via Porthcurno to Lands End and St Ives.
At the heart of the village of St Buryan is a 15th Century Church, post office, general store, garage and the St Buryan Inn offering local ales and food. A farmers market is held in the village hall on the second and fourth Saturday each month selling local produce and crafts.
Places of interest
Land’s End, the Minack theatre, the Merry Maidens stone circle, Carn Euny and Chysauster ancient villages, the South West coast path, St Michaels Mount, Mousehole, Lamorna, Penzance, St Ives, St Just are all within a few picturesque miles.
St Buryan is surrounded by Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The unspoilt coast and countryside support a range of wildlife including, dolphins, seals, basking sharks, leatherback turtles, the Cornish chough and peregrine falcons.
All year round activities include
Surfing, swimming, cycling, climbing, walking, diving, horseriding, fishing, birdwatching, day trips to the Isles of Scilly and scenic flights.