Perranporth sandy beaches are packed with surfers, sand yachters and sunbathers. It is a lovely town on the coast of North Cornwall. You can also enjoy golf and boating on the serene lake. For more adventurous visitors Perranporth offers intriguing rock formations and caves to explore. Perranporth hotels are packed in October when it hosts the Lowender Peran Folk Festival. You can stay in Perranporth hotels close to the Penwartha Coombe which has a brook running by the road.
Perranporth inhabitants around hundred and fifty years back, like other settlements on the Cornish coast, worked as tin miners and in summer, harvested pilchard and herring. Today tourism is the main economic activity in Perranporth. You can find several shipwreck remains in the bay. The town attracts plenty of surfers and it has a good choice of Perranporth hotels for different kinds of tourists. More than anything else, the town offers a friendly welcome and hotels in Perranporth take special care of the visitors.