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St Agnes is a picturesque village, unspoilt by time. It has a friendly atmosphere and thriving community with an action packed calendar of activities and events.
There are three local beaches, all with their distinctive features. The main swimming and surfing beaches are Trevaunance Cove and Chapel Porth, while the secluded cove of Trevellas Porth is the perfect daytime retreat and evening barbeque site.
St Agnes is steeped in history and tradition with its landscape dotted with the remains of the old harbour and mining industry.
The village has a wide choice of shops, including a bakery (making traditional Cornish pasties), local craft shops, workshops and galleries. There are also many local pubs and restaurants serving real ales and delicious, locally sourced and homemade meals for all tastes.
St Agnes is positioned on the north coast, midway between the popular resorts of St Ives and Newquay, and only 9 miles away from the city of Truro. It is an ideal base for a Cornish touring holiday, with an easy drive to visit all the popular and hidden wonders of Cornwall.