Probus is a peaceful village, central for touring Cornwall and is the perfect place to spend two days or two weeks any time of the year, with an ever increasing range of top-quality restaurants and cafes.
You can visit Trewithen Gardens covering some 30 acres renowned for its magnificent collection of camellias, rhododendrons, magnolias and many rare trees and shrubs which are seldom found elsewhere in Britain; just a ten minute walk, from Orchard Manor.
The Eden Project, New Tate Gallery, St Michael’s Mount, Lands End, or the Hall for Cornwall to see a live show, or simply do nothing – the choice is yours, Probus also makes the perfect destination in the winter months when you can visit the local beaches and see the awesome power of the ocean which is truly breathtaking.
Rather than detail all the sights and attractions ourselves, we list below a link list. Simply click on any page and get the full story
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General Information Sites in Cornwall.
Arts organisations And Galleries.
www.minack.com – Minack Theatre.
www.tate.org.uk – Tate St.Ives & Barbara Hepworth
www.artsroundcornwall.com – Arts listings
www.hallforcornwall.co.uk – Major venue in Truro.
Attractions, Museums, Gardens, etc
www.edenproject.com – The must-see global garden
www.goonhilly.bt.com – BT satellite station.
www.landend-landmark.co.uk – Lands End
Isles of Scilly
www.flambards.co.uk – Kids day out great fun.
www.porthcurno.org.uk – Porthcurno telegraph. museum
www.paradisepark.org.uk – Bird park & sanctuary in Hayle.
www.nmmc.co.uk – Maritime Museum in Falmouth.
www.trebah-garden.co.uk – Tropical garden nr Falmouth.
www.geevor.com – Tin mine attraction.
If you are a keen walker, this is a very good website there are details of more than a hundred walks to download and print free of charge details of all the Cornwall walking groups,
Also a link for Disabled people who enjoy being in the countryside, a bit of fresh air, listen to the birds singing and who get about using paths and trails of all kinds,