Par Camping is in the heart of Cornwall. We are at the centre of some of the best attractions and most incredible beaches and gardens in the county. Take a look below at some of the amazing destinations within your reach.
Set at the heart of St Austell Bay, Carlyon Bay is a stretch of almost 2 miles of coarse sand. Right next to the popular luxury Carlyon
A wide, sandy beach in Par, just outside St Austell. The-south facing beach is backed by low sand dunes through which there are many paths as well as a small lake.
One of Cornwall's best family beaches. The idyllic sandy cove is perfect for water-sports or exploring rock pools. Plus features one of the best beach restaurants & waterside pub.
A shingle beach accessed by steps from the adjacent historic harbour, home to several tall ships and has many restaurants, cafes etc. The harbour is also used as a filming location.
Porthpean is one of the best of St Austell's beaches. Backed by steep tree-topped cliffs and with clear, azure water, this sandy beach can have a feel of the Mediterranean on the right day.
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One of the largest indoor markets in the UK with over 70 stalls to shop and eat at providing a huge selection of products, great food and an unparalleled market experience!
Fresh local produce from the fruit & veg store, butcher, bakery, fishmonger, discount supermarket, refill store and more. Plus, several delicious cafes serving hot/cold food eat in or takeaway.
One of the largest indoor play facilities in the Southwest region. It features soft play, mini golf, dodgems and more! With fun activities for children of all ages, it’s a great family destination!
Quality food in a retro 50's style American diner complete with red-leather booth tables. From juicy beef burgers to American-style shakes, Sam's has something for everyone!
Breakfast, lunch and dinner in a traditional, quality English pub. Grab a bite to eat or take a cold beer out into the beer garden. Also serving a delicious carvery every Sunday.
House & Garden
Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some, Eden is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.
Step back in time and lose yourself in Europe’s largest garden restoration; a world of romance, heritage and adventure awaits your discovery.
30 acres with 6000+ rare & unusual plants. Colourful, inspired planting with fine herbaceous borders. Water features, shrubberies plus formal, cottage & Japanese gardens.
Boasts wonderful views in a spectacularly varied woodland. Next to the St. Austell River, and the wet, marshy conditions provide a haven for species that love wetter areas.
Set at the bottom of a hill and flanked by woodland. A long drive leads down to the house through the park which contains some exceptional trees, many dating from 1634.
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St Michael's Mount
The gardens, castle, lawns and village all provide perfect scope for the imagination – shaped and weathered over centuries, this extraordinary place is waiting to be explored.
The UK's only China Clay Museum, set in a 26 acre Country Park with woodland walks and access to the Clay Trails for walking and cycling.
Meet all your animal favourites big and small, including lions, lemurs, otters, penguins, red pandas, lynx, meerkats, plus a variety of different birds and reptiles.
Take a tour around this historic brewery. See the equipment being used, learn their story and the brewing process required to produce Cornwall's favourite ales.
Using the same rules as golf but instead of using a club players kick a football into a hole. Hazards and obstacles help make the game fun for the whole family.
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CORNISH TOWNS & VILLAGES
An amazingly pristine, unspoiled example of a late Georgian working port. Full of amazing pubs, cafes and restaurants plus a lovely beach to relax
in the sun.
An attractive harbour side village which still boasts a working harbour, with a few dozen small fishing boats. in the narrow streets are many gift shops, craft workshops, galleries, cafés and pubs.
Fantastic high street retailers and independent shops immersed within the city's iconic history and heritage. Also has a great selection of entertainment venues for evening entertainment.
Hosts a gorgeous garden, a gallery, a museum as well as kayaking, boat trips, coastal walking, cycling and more.
Or for history and heritage, there are historic houses, castles and museums.
Situated in a beautiful wooded valley at the tidal reach of the River Fowey. Plenty of antiques and other shops to discover and the town also has many restaurants, cafés and pubs to enjoy.