- Listed in Campsites nearest to Penzance, Cornwall
- Higher Tregiffian Farm, St Buryan, Penzance, Cornwall, TR19 6JB
- 01736 871588
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Our most westerly Club Site is Sennen Cove on the Lands End peninsula. Within a few miles of both the north and south coasts of Cornwall, there is a variety of scenery in easy reach.
Visit Lands End or St Ives by the bus which passes the Site entrance. It is open-topped in summer weather permitting. Cape Cornwall is a lovely cove on the headland. It is very peaceful. The town of St Just has many places for eating out, most arranged around the triangular square.
Richard Trevithicks Levant Beam Engine dates from 1840 and has recently been restored to working condition. Visit it and its mine, now managed by the National Trust. Sheltered by the headland of Pednmen- du, Sennen Cove is a couple of miles away, in the east corner of Whitesand Bay. Geevor Tin Mine, the last working mine in the area, is now a museum. On the south coast is the Minack Theatre. Watch a performance in the open air on a Cornish cliffside.
Penzance has the open-air Jubilee Pool and Cornwalls longest promenade along Mount Bay. The Flambards Experience includes an aviation collection, a Victorian village and theme park rides. Mousehole is Cornwalls prettiest fishing village. The Pilchard Works Museum and Salt Fish Factory attraction is in the town.
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