Must-see local attractions include the Tate Gallery, St Michael's Mount, the fishing village of Mousehole and the theatre on the cliffs at the Minack, Porthcurno. The magnificent coastal scenery of West Cornwall is not to be missed.
As well as Carbis Bay, there are some fantastic beaches in the area such as Whitesands Beach at Sennen Cove, The Beaches of Porthmeor and Porthminster in St Ives and the three miles of golden sands at Gwithian, Hayle.
Carbis Bay Beach
The Carbis Bay Hotel is Cornwall's only hotel with its own blue flag beach with 25 acres of safe golden sands, a perfect place to play, relax and unwind for the whole family.
Luxury Motor Yacht
Fun-filled days aboard Carbis Bay Hotel's own luxury motor yacht. Slip the ropes and relax as your Sunseeker Manhattan 50 power boat glides effortlessly out of Falmouth Bay creating unforgettable memories.
Attractions and Adventure Parks
The Eden Project
A living theatre of plants and people and a botanical garden too - housing the largest rainforest in captivity.
Whatever you fancy doing, whatever the weather, the Flambards Experience is simply... The Best Day of the Week.
A place of natural beauty, legend and mystery with 6 superb attractions.
Britain's leading farm attraction, rain or shine.
Crealy Adventure Park
Family adventures, maze 40,000 sq ft undercover, meet the Swamp Monster and more.
The Cornish Cyder Farm
Tractor rides, tastings, tours and friendly farm animals.
Shipwreck, Rescue and Heritage Centre
An insight into the history of Charlestown.
National Maritime Museum
Discovery talks, hands on activities, creative workshops and waterside drinks plus much more.
The Pilchard Works
A unique example of Cornwall's fishing industry.
Gardens, Country Houses and Castles
St Michael's Mount
St Michael's Mount rises gracefully to the church and castle at its summit, accessible on foot at low tide across a causeway or other times by boat.
Cornwall's greatest fortress, journey back through 450 years of history.
Legendary birthplace of King Arthur.
Historic house and listed gardens, still family-owned and lived in.
National Trust - Fifty evocative rooms to discover in this magnificent country house.
National Trust - Get lost for a day in a place of enchantment.
There's room to run, climb and explore in the glorious garden at Trelissick.
National Trust - Lush and sheltered valley garden dropping to the Helford River.
National Trust - Sink gently into the past at Trerice and immerse yourself in Elizabethan Cornwall.
National Trust - It's so warm at Tregwainton that extraordinary plants from all over the world live happily out of doors.
Cornwall's largest and most diverse plant collections set within magnificent formal and informal woodland areas.
Discover the magic of this peaceful, wild, sub-tropical valley, a truly unique experience.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
The mysterious gardens and estate at Heligan have been discovered from extensive overgrowthin a massive restoration project over recent years.
Art Galleries and Theatres
Tate St Ives
Exhibiting many famous St Ives artists such as Alfred Wallis, Barbara Hepworth, Bernard Leach and many more. There is an ever-changing exhibition throughout the year.
Falmouth Art Gallery
Nominated for twelve national awards. Exhibiting a variety of works. Family friendly and free.
Relax in a garden brought to life by her world-famous sculptures.
A unique open-air theatre created from the cliff side at Porthcurno by Rowena Cade.
Hall for Cornwall
A variety of performances from contemporary dance theatre to Stuart Little.
Great fun days out for all the family, from adventure sports to horse riding, fishing and golf. And for those who enjoy a more active holiday, whether you want to catch a wave, kite-surf, kayak or sail on Cornwall's first wildlife-watching eco boat trips, Cornwall has an exciting experience to offer you.
Cycling in Cornwall offers a route ideal for all ages and abilities. Whether you wish to meander through picturesque fishing villages, take the younger members of your family on the genteel camel trail or set yourself a challenge with some of the steepest gradients in the country.
Visit the Isles of Scilly
Only 9 miles from the Carbis Bay Hotel & Estate there are transport links to the Isles of Scilly - whether you choose to cruise by the Scillonian or by plane.
With over 100 islands, it is one of the world's most beautiful archipelagos. The islands are a playground for those interested in exploring and having fun! There are crystal-clear waters, a plethora of marine life and fantastic wreck-diving. Numerous boat trips help you to explore the smaller islands at your leisure.