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Within easy reach of Crantock are many of Cornwall's finest attractions to suit all tastes and for all ages.

The Eden Project, near St Austell, is easily accessible by car, coach or bus from Crantock. The Eden Project is now well established and continually developing with each season. It has much to offer for not only the horticulturally minded but also for anyone who has an interest in the future of planet earth. It aims to open our eyes to the world around us, aiming to amaze, educate and illuminate its visitors. The project is a fun day out whatever your age and whatever the weather!
Cannon The culture of St Ives is one of undoubted passion for art. Take time to visit and enjoy the old harbour, the endless narrow streets lined with craft, art and gift shops or perhaps enjoy a light refreshment in one of the many cafes and tearooms. Now cosmopolitan, and hosting one of the world famous Tate Art galleries, it has retained its undeniable charm, allowing tradition and trend to sit comfortably together.

Lands End, whilst retaining its beautiful rugged coastline and breathtaking views, now also has a host of exhibitions, activities and eateries. The activities include a small farming area, suitable for children to experience and learn, together with craft and gift shops, some of which offer demonstration workshops.

The Minnack Theatre. This stunning open-air theatre, nestled onto the side of a cliff has idyllic, Mediterranean-like views enabling spectators to enjoy a play, with the natural back-drop of the calms seas and sunset on those warm sultry evenings for which Cornwall is renowned.

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Two Pints Please Truro. The capital of Cornwall is approximately 15 miles away from Crantock and has all the conveniences that a small city has to offer. Truro has a wide range of shops to provide for all needs, whilst maintain a relaxed atmosphere. Truro Cathedral is well worth a visit, a very beautiful place, both architecturally artistically and spiritually. Again, you will find many eateries and pubs suitable for daytime and evenings out.

Flambards. Cornwall has its very own theme park, south of Crantock, in Helston, called 'Flambards'. There are many rides and amusements for families to enjoy.

Dairyland - Just outside of Newquay, on route to St Austell, you will find Dairy land, a great place to take children to experience for themselves the workings of a dairy farm.
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