Disabled man walking at Perranporth in Cornwall

Top Cornwall Activities for Disabled Tourists

Cornwall is an accessible region you can definitely enjoy no matter how old you are and what capabilities you have. It has many wonderful beaches and tourist spots which can be accessed by wheelchair users. Everyone will surely enjoy their visit.

Explore Perranporth Beach

Perranporth Beach is one of the best beaches in Cornwall. You can walk to a three mile sandy strip during low tides. They have marvelous facilities like sand chairs to support beach access. Lots of establishments are to be found around the area including cafes and bars. The beach is so huge that you will feel you have your own place to breathe.

Visit St. Michael’s Mount

During low tide, you can walk across the pathway towards St. Michael’s Mount but at high tide, you can only access this island by boat. Interested visitors must book tickets online. The tickets allow you to access the cafes and shops around the area. Wheelchair users must book their free admission ticket.

Fish at White Acres

White Acres Holiday Park is an ideal location for a great family vacation, bordered by an amazing Cornish scenery. Witness a spectacular sunset at Lusty Glaze Beach. You can have the best fishing experience here at White Acres. They have a lot of rods and tackles. And most importantly, they have wheelchair access here. So, tourists who are mobility challenged will have nothing to worry about.

Sailing at Trevassack Lake

disabled sailing in Cornwall

Trevassack Lake has a fantastic accessible watersports centre run by the Children’s Sailing Trust. This is a great place for disabled people and their companions to try sailing. They have specialist equipment and instructors to support people of all abilities so they can experience this wonderful water activity. They also have superb holiday accommodation that is accessible for all visitors.

Relax at Falmouth

There are plenty of reasons to love Falmouth. This place is rich with beautiful beaches you can definitely visit. Aside from those, you should wander around the Old High Street and see a lot of independent shops, restaurants and cafes. You can also pay a visit at Falmouth Art Gallery, which is home to a collection of more than 2,000 artworks.

You shouldn’t miss the Gyllyngvase Beach during your stay at Falmouth. It is one of the beaches in Cornwall which has a sand chair. This is Falmouth’s largest beach. It only takes less than a 10 minute walk from Falmouth’s Town Center. You should not worry about getting hungry because the cafes and shops are just close by.

Witness Trebah Garden

Witness the breathtaking view at Trebah Garden. This is a 25-acre garden that has various Mediterranean and southern hemisphere plants. Trebah Garden is one of the best 80 gardens in the world. This is a family and dog friendly garden with lots of activities they offer There are many things to add to your itinerary during your visit here.

Don’t miss exploring the Garden, Plant Centre, and Gift shop. If you get hungry from roaming around, pay a visit to Trebah Kitchen or the Boathouse Beach Cafe. One of the many highlights here are the various performances accessible to the guests. These performances can be witnessed at the Amphitheatre and across the Trebah garden.

Experience the Eden Project

wheelchair access at Eden Project in Cornwall

It is never too late to experience the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Enjoy the Mediterranean Biome’s calming fragrance here in the Eden Project. Aside from the wild lands and natural landscapes, you will get a chance to see the stunning architecture of this global garden. And the best thing is Eden is accessible to everyone.

Don’t let your disability limit your happiness. Cornwall has plenty of vacation spots that are accessible to all.

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