St Agnes lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the north coast of Cornwall.

Once a centre for copper and tin mining, St Agnes is now a thriving surf spot and is also popular with walkers looking to explore the rugged Cornish coastline. The Wheal Coates engine house is a popular destination for many tourists and is one of the most photographed mine buildings in the country.

There are many superb beaches in close proximity to St Agnes including Trevaunance Cove, Perranporth and Chapel Porth where the World Belly Board championships are held each year.