You can happily spend your whole holiday relaxing at Sandpiper relaxing in the garden or on the deck meaning you might never leave the village but if you feel more energetic  there is a huge variety of things to do and places to see both locally or further afield meaning every day can be different


There’s said to be over 400 beaches on Cornwall’s coast, from Blue Flag awarded bays to hidden coves only accessible at low tide. Within a short drive is the wide beach of Marazion next to St Michaels Mount, the beautiful beach of Porthcurno near the Minnack Theatre, stunning Kynance Cover near The Lizard and Sennen Cove on the rocky north coast famed for its surfing. Closer by, a few minutes walk away is Harbour with its family friendly sandy beach


Sightseeing and fishing trips depart daily from Penzance Harbour and seasonally from Mousehole Harbour too.


There are numerous cycle routes locally with directions available including from 3 miles to Penzance to 27 miles to The Lizard. Bring your own bike or both standard or electric e-bikes are available for rent locally.


Both fly fishing and sea fishing can be experienced locally. Boats leave from both Penzance and Musehole harbours, or amongst others you can fly fish at Drift Reservoir Penzance or Treemeado Trout Fishery in Hayle


There are at least 8 golf courses within a short drive including the famed links course at West Cornwall Golf Club at Hayle as well as others such as Treganna Castle Hayle, Mullion, and Cape Cornwall as well as shorter 9 hole courses such as Praa Sands .


In theory you can surf at nearly every beach in Cornwall but some of the best of all can be found at Sennen Cove. There's also kite surfing in Marazion and within a few miles kayaking, diving, paddle boarding, wind surfing, rib riders and even propel yourself 50 feet above the sea Fly Boarding in Penzance 


With over 300 miles of coastline to explore on The Cornwall Coast Path, there’s something for everyone, from gentle strolls along sandy beaches to challenging hikes along rugged cliffs. Routes are fully marked and vary from 2 miles upwards