The Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall is a beautiful unspoilt corner of Cornwall between the River Fal on the west and the sea on the east. The principal Roseland, Cornwall villages are Feock, St.Mawes, St.Just in Roseland, Portscatho, Gerrans, Veryan and Portloe, each have their own individual character.
Feock - Feock is one side of the King Harry Ferry crossing to the Roseland.
St Just Roseland - St Just in Roseland has Cornwall's most photographed church, the 13th century St Justus church
St Mawes - St. Mawes, home of its own castle, is a pretty village that looks across Falmouth Harbour to Pendennis Castle.
St Anthony - St Anthony's Head lighthouse and National Trust property with the old gun battery site.
Portscatho - Portscatho is a former pilchard-fishing village on the Roseland peninsula
Veryan - Veryan has famous thatched round houses that are round so that the devil didn’t have a corner to hide in.
Portloe - Portloe is a small, unspoilt, fishing village on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall.