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White Acres Holiday Park

Newquay
Cornwall
TR8 4LW

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Snowland Leisure Park

Par
Cornwall
PL24 2AE

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Par Sands Holiday Park

Par
Cornwall
PL24 2AS

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Meadow Lakes Holiday Park

St. Austell
Cornwall
PL26 7JG

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Trekenning Tourist Park

Newquay
Cornwall
TR8 4JF

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Sun Valley Holiday Park

St Austell
Cornwall
PL26 6DJ

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Caravan holidays in St Austell

St Austell

One of the nation's favourite seaside towns, St Austell in Cornwall has an enduring appeal, and after one visit, it's not hard to see why visitors come back time and time again.

Why Book A Caravan Holiday In St. Austell

A holiday in St Austell contains all the ingredients for the perfect break: gorgeous sandy beaches, ancient monuments and ruins to explore, fantastic attractions and activities, beautiful countryside and stunning scenery, and some of the best food you'll find anywhere, much of it produced and grown locally.

Thankfully, there are several delightful caravan parks in and around the St Austell area, ranging from sites that keep it plain and simple where the surroundings speak for themselves, such as Stoney Corner Caravan Park or parks that boast a wealth of on-site facilities such as a pool, a launderette, a pub and a restaurant, including Sun Valley Holiday Park, Snowland Leisure Park and Par Sands Holiday Park, all within a short drive of St Austell.

The beach at St Austell Bay remains as popular today as ever, with other beaches in the area worth packing a picnic and bucket and spade for, including Polkerris, Duporth, Porthpean, Charlestown, Carylon Bay and Pentewan.

But there is so much more to St Austell than just beaches. The town is well worth browsing, with excellent independent shops, eateries, and breathtaking views.

Things To Do In St. Austell

For some of the most beautiful scenery you'll find anywhere in the world, take a trip to the Lost Gardens of Heligan, which comprise more than 200 acres of gardens, trails, meadows and woodland, with some fantastic exotic plants, the likes of which you won't have seen ever before, more than 20 varieties of fruit and veg, magical Heligan sculptures which are living artworks to fascinate and amaze visitors and the jungle boardwalk which takes visitors on a sub-tropical journey. Dogs on leads are welcome, and there is plenty for children to do with nature crafts, treasure hunts, storytelling, a play meadow and a massive children's play area. There is even a rare breed farm, and Heligan Kitchen will satisfy your hunger when you're feeling peckish.

If you're looking for an outing to keep the adults happy and have a sneaky pint at the same time, then pay a visit to St Austell Brewery. The brewery has a fascinating history dating back to 1851. The brewery now owns 180 pubs in the southwest of England, and visitors can enjoy an intriguing brewery tour and sample some of the delicious amber nectar.

No trip to St Austell is complete without visiting the Eden Project, Cornwall's most popular visitor attraction. The project is known worldwide for raising awareness of environmental issues, and it was created from a disused clay pit more than 20 years ago. The hands-on experience offers something for everyone, including a gigantic indoor rainforest and vast outdoor gardens, a natural adventure play area for the children, a zip wire, and adventure activities. There are miles of dog-friendly outdoor paths to be discovered, and throughout the summer, there is an arts and culture programme offering an exciting schedule of events. There is more than enough to keep the most curious visitors entertained for the day but remember; it gets busy, so make sure to book ahead.

There are so many towns and villages to visit while on a caravan holiday in St Austell, so why not start with Mevagissey, Charlestown, St Dennis, Nanpean and Fowey? You'll be rewarded with some incredible scenery along the way.

St Austell offers everything you'd expect from an authentic seaside holiday but so much more besides.

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