Things to Do
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Ask anyone who lives on St. Mary's why they love Pelistry and the same reasons pop up. Pelistry Bay is almost always deserted, the Eastern Isles gather in the distance and sustenance is only a five minute walk away. Lastly, if that wasn't enough, Toll's Island is perfect to explore at low water...
Venture a stone's throw beyond the tip of the mainland and experience what is perhaps the UK's most unique horticultural paradise.
The Pool on St Agnes, a fresh water pool close to Periglis Bay, is a beautiful place to observe wildlife.
St Mary's Golf Club and clubhouse are open all year to members and non-members.
Bryher's dramatic north-western seaboard is perfect for a stroll and the coast here is dotted with sites of old wrecks. Nowhere has a more fearsome reputation than the aptly-named Hell Bay, at the northern tip of this coastline. In heavy seas, huge rollers plough into the bay, turning it into a...
There is a raw beauty and remoteness to this gorgeous beach, nestled on the north side of the island. Great Bay is a vast expanse of creamy sand and is not to be missed
Castle probably built during the reign of Edward VI for coast defence. Additional fortifications were built during the Civil War.
Isle Of Scilly
The Tourist Information Centre provides all the information you need to make the most of your holiday on Scilly.
The Great pool on the south end of the island, just inland from the Abbey Gardens, is a serene setting for wildlife enthusiasts where you can linger in the purpose built huts on the pool’s edge and watch the bird life on the calm water.
Country Park/Nature Reserve
Fantastic for local and migrant bird life. Lower Moors exhibits a wide range of wetland habitats; the shallow water is especially good for feeding migrant birds which are passing through or wintering on the island.