We went to this site in the middle of August and loved it so much, I shortened the following site so that I could extend our stay - it is a really lovely site in an absolutely fabulous location. We have a motorhome, so walking, cycling and public transport is high on our list. Whilst we didn't cycle whilst here, the Coastal Path is within easy walking distance to reach and easy walking in both directions (we didn't go too far along in either direction, but had a good 40 minutes of walking - as you approach the sea, if you follow the path to the left you can get to a lovely beach with a cafe (go back to the road and follow it down - there is also a little bit of parking available there). We chose to go on to the beach, which is pebbly but beautiful. Social distancing was no problem - there are little coves and a little bit of sand also - swimming and paddling was lovely, as was the weather for sitting and reading for the day (take picnic). Speaking of food, you access the coastal path by crossing the road from the club site and going down through a farm. This Farm has a shop - this was amazing. We had fresh fish each day when we came back from the beach - it sells dressed crab / lobster ready to eat / mackerel / sardines - and the family who own the farm run the shop - just ask for the fish to be filleted and you have fresh fish ready to cook without the mess! Vegetables / honey / jam and marmalade / mayonnaise - even tartare sauce, all freshly grown or made and sold on site in the farm shop. We ate so well it was like restaurant food every night (bring your own capers...). There are bus stops outside the site with one taking you to Truro (we didn't use that route) and St Mawes is the other way - go there! St Mawes is beautiful with shops and restaurants / pubs, but also it has a water bus to Falmouth. This was fantastic! about £5 per person one way, it is a lovely ride across to Falmouth and we loved the shopping there! something for everyone. We bought a cornish pasty and sat looking out to sea - we were lucky to have beautiful weather but I can imaging that Falmouth is atmospheric at any time of year and in any weather. We caught the last ferry back at about 5.15pm and then got the bus in St Mawes back to the site entrance. A beautiful location. We are booked to return... if only for the seafood at the farm shop! And just to add, if you are interested in art then you might be lucky and stay when the farm has an art exhibition on - we loved the beautiful paintings by the artist displaying sea views in bright colours - their son we think... Fabulous.