Attractions near Zoar Campsite

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
National Seal Sanctuary (5 Miles)*
Discover the Sanctuary's vital seal rescue work, with more than 40 abandoned pups cared for by the dedicated team of experts in our fully-equipped hospital and spacious outdoor rehabilitation pools.
Glendurgan Gardens (5 Miles)*
Glendurgan Gardens is one of the great sub-tropical gardens which can be found scattered throughout the mild South West of England.
Trebah Garden (5 Miles)*
Trebah is a uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden - the wild and magical result of 160 years of inspired and dedicated creation.
The Lizard and Kynance Cove (6 Miles)*
Although most people think of Land's End as being the "end" of the British Isles, nearby Lizard Point is actually the most southerly point in Britain.
Penjerrick Garden (6 Miles)*
Penjerrick is an uncommercialised 10-acre garden created by the 19th century Fox family.
The Flambards Experience (7 Miles)*
The Flambards Experience is more than just a Theme Park and has intrigued, entertained and thrilled thirteen million visitors over 35 seasons.
Pendennis Castle (8 Miles)*
Discover Cornwall's greatest fortress, journey through 450 years of history from Tudor times to World War II and discover the wartime secrets of Pendennis Castle.
Lamorran House Gardens (9 Miles)*
The gardens at Lamorran House are situated on the Roseland Peninsula with extensive views of St Anthony's Head and the lighthouse. The gardens enjoy a favoured microclimate in an already favoured area.
St Mawes Castle (10 Miles)*
St Mawes is in lovely grounds with a breathtaking setting. It is the most picturesque of Heny VIII's costal fortresses.
Godolphin (12 Miles)*
For those who would like to see the practical side of the National Trust, a visit during the restoration of the Godolphin property near Helston is the ideal opportunity to do so.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Zoar Campsite

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Coverack (2 Miles)*
Coverack is a tiny fishing village with its single, curved harbour wall, built in the early 1700's and now sheltering a couple of dozen small fishing and pleasure craft.
Porthallow (3 Miles)*
Porthallow, situated on the south coast near the Helford river and Helston is a small village with a nice pub, a café and a few shops.
Helford (3 Miles)*
Cadgwith (4 Miles)*
Cadgwith is a picturesque fishing village nestling on Cornwall's south coast near the Lizard peninsular (England's most southerly point.) It is loved by locals and tourists alike for it's peace, tranquillity and timelessness.
Lizard (6 Miles)*
This is England's most southerly point but it's less commercialised than Lands End. Whether visited on a bright, spring or summer day or in a mid winter mist there's an appealing quality of remoteness about the town.
Helston (8 Miles)*
Helston is the 'quaint old Cornish town' of the Furry Dance, which is held each year, on Flora Day the 8th May. Dancers in costume, dance through the decorated streets, gardens and shops.
Falmouth (8 Miles)*
Falmouth is the leading south coast resort, and has the third largest natural harbour in the world. The setting is superb, with four bathing beaches and a bustling waterfront marina.
Flushing (8 Miles)*
Porthleven (9 Miles)*
Porthleven is a holiday centre and working fishing harbour, with storm booms, a granite pier and small beach. There are waterfront inns, restaurants, and fish centre, galleries and craft shops.
Penryn (9 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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