The village of Duporth lies on a beautiful stretch of the South Cornwall coast, on the outskirts of the town of St Austell. Towering cliffs, hidden coves and lush estuaries can be discovered on the doorstep of this sleepy community. The South West Coast Path runs through the village, providing breathtaking views across the ocean, with the chance to spot seals and dolphins. Midway between Porthpean and Charlestown, Duporth holiday cottages are perfectly positioned for exploring the ancient fishing villages and spectacular beaches of the Roseland and Polperro Heritage Coasts. There is not much in Duporth bedsides a scattering of pretty holiday homes, built in the traditional Cornish style. The historic town of St Austell is a mile northward with independent shops, markets and a variety of places to eat and drink.

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Self-catering holidays in Duporth are popular among visitors planning long days by the Sea. Duporth Beach is a glorious stretch of sand overlooked by forested cliffs. Thanks to its sheltered position, the sea is almost always calm, making it perfect for swimming and paddling.

A short drive north from your holiday cottage in Duporth, the Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s best-loved attractions with incredible biomes full of exotic plants. Further south the Lost Gardens of Heligan are home to 200 acres of stunning grounds, with tearooms. Directly to Duporth’s east, Mevagissey is a historic port where a steep valley descends into the village. A variety of cosy pubs, cafes, galleries and gift shops can be found near the ancient harbour walls. 

St Austell once had an important China Clay industry and has a picturesque port at Charlestown, which has appeared in films and TV shows, including Poldark. The town is on the main railway line from London to the Southwest, making it easily accessible by public transport.