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Located on the outskirts of St. Keverne village, Little Treginges Caravan & Campsite overlooks Falmouth Bay, the Manacles and the village itself. The campsite is situated a quarter of a mile from the two village pubs and shops. It is located the same distance from Porthoustock Beach and Godrevy Beach. The site is also near the famous Roskillys, where you can enjoy a walk around their pretty ponds or have a meal in their unique setting. Roskillys is famous for their homemade ice creams.
Little Treginges facilities include a toilet block, shower room, chemical disposal point and a fresh water supply. There are also two dive centres located in the village: Diveaction and Porthkerris Divers. Each centre is suitable for first time divers and will supply all the gear needed for your first ever dive or full courses, in addition to the usual dive facilities.
They have limited the number of pitches that are available on their site to ensure that guests' stay is as peaceful and relaxing as possible. You will enjoy a great Cornish holiday on the site because of its tranquillity and its lovely views.
OUT AND ABOUT
The site is surrounded by the coast so you are never short of options when you are looking for a beach. Beaches can range from lovely sandy ones that are suitable for all the family, such as Coverack, to small hidden beaches that you can only access by foot. One such beach is Godrevy Beach, which is a sandy beach that is within easy walking distance of the campsite.
Little Treginges is close to Helston, Penzance, Lands End, Truro and the Lizard. Two great sites to visit are the Goonhilly Earth Station and the Eden Project about 40 miles away.
There is plenty to keep you entertained at the site if you do not wish to travel. There are plenty of great coastal walks that you can access from the campground.
In St. Keverne village, around their square, you will find whitewashed cottages, a beautiful church, 2 pubs and a variety of shops.
Roskillys at Tregellast Barton Farm is just a 5 minute walk from the campsite. There you can follow lakeside and woodland nature trails. You can also watch their cows being milked and taste the famous Roskillys Ice Cream. Children always enjoy a trip here.
Down the hill from the site is Porthoustock Village and Beach. Just off the coast at Porthoustock, you will find the Manacles, which is a group of jagged rocks that lie beneath the surface of the water. Both novice and experienced divers love to examine this rock formation. It is not necessary to get wet to see a glimpse of these famous rocks. Just a mile away from the site you will find the Giant's Quoits', which is a large rock formation that stood for hundreds of years at Manacle Point. They re-sited it to its present position in 1967.
You can't leave St. Keverne without sampling the local fish and chips that are on sale as you enter the village every Friday evening. You should treat yourself to this delicacy while on your holiday.
From Helston head towards St.Keverne (10 miles), when you enter the village square go straight on towards Porthoustock beach. After a 1/4 mile you go around a very sharp left hand bend. We are the next entrance on the left (Little Treginges). If you stop in the pull-in and come to the house we will take you the 100yds up the road to the site.