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Port Navas is situated at the head of one of the most delightful tidal creeks on the Helford River...


Port Navas
Sea Views
River views

Public Transport

Bus Stop
1.5 miles
Train Station
4.5 miles


2.1 miles
Eating Out
381 feet
1.7 miles
5.7 miles

...and is approximately 7 miles from Falmouth, 6 miles from Helston and 16 miles from Truro. Constantine and Mawnan Smith both have a variety of village shops.

Port Navas is a good centre from which to visit the many sandy coves and fishing villages of the Lizard Peninsula. The north coast is within an hour's drive and several secluded beaches are just a short drive away. Passenger ferries are available from Helford Passage to Helford and from Falmouth Prince of Wales Pier to the River Fal, St. Mawes and Truro. The beautiful subtropical gardens of Trebah and National Trust Glendurgan are nearby.

The area is a yachtsman's paradise, excellent for sailing, motor-boating or rowing and is a perfect base for those wishing to explore the Helford River and its upper reaches, including Frenchman's Creek, immortalised by the late Daphne Du Maurier.

Port Navas Yacht Club - your local, quirky gem on the edge of Port Navas creek. For opening times and menu please visit www.pnyc.co.uk. Please book ahead with your hosts Nigel/Mike 01326 340065 as the venue is somewhat bijou! Dogs and children welcome. For boat moorings/berths - Tom 01326 340525