Porthtowan is a quaint village perched on the north coast of Cornwall. It is a celebrated location for charming coastal walks, scattered with old mining engine houses, which give you a taste of Cornwall’s mining legacy. The landscape is popular with walkers and cyclists alike and there is an abundance of alternative recreational activities available on your doorstep. Porthtowan is a popular tourist destination in the summer months, offering a myriad of fun leisure activities, such as horse riding and surfing lessons, with the comfort of a safe lifeguarded beach. It is also a stone’s throw away from the popular cliff top family festival; Tropical Pressure. All year round, locals are drawn to the Blue Bar for its live music events, pool table and its sunset views overlooking the beach.