2-hour guided walk exploring Newlyn’s maritime history and the surviving physical evidence for its evolution from seasonal fishing settlement to premier fishing port.
3-4 hour guided, circular hike along the clifftop from Treen, down into Penberth Cove and back through fields to the village.
2-hour guided boat trip along the coast between Newlyn, Penzance, Marazion and spectacular St Michael’s Mount, and across the bay to Mousehole.
2.5 hour guided cruise exploring the upper reaches of the Fal Estuary, where historic place names like Roundwood Quay, King Harry’s Reach and Malpas hint at the archaeological sites to be discovered.
2.5 hour guided cruise around the mouth of the Fal Estuary, where the abundance of archaeological sites reflects its historic importance for maritime trade and the defence of the realm.
3.5 hour guided cruise from the Fal Estuary to the Helford, discovering their evolution through time and the wealth of archaeological sites lining their shores and the open coast in between.
2.5 hour guided cruise around Carrick Roads, discovering how thousands of years of human activity have left their mark within the Fal Estuary’s deep tidal basin and the side creeks flowing into it.
3-hour guided boat trip from Newlyn, down the western side of Mount’s Bay to Mousehole and out along the open coast, pass Lamorna and Penberth to Porthcurno.
2-hour guided walk focused on the story and locations connected with the famous Newlyn School of Artists, late 19th century painters working in the ‘plein air’ style.