Map of Cornwall with Towns

Map Cornwall gazetter Altarnun Bude Bodmin Boscastle Camelford Crackington Haven Coverack Callington Cornwall Map Falmouth Fowey Gunnislake Hayle Liskeard Looe Lands End Lizard Lostwithiel Mevagissey Marazion Mullion Cove Newquay Perranporth Padstow Polperro Penzance Pendeen Portreath Rock Porthtowan Redruth Portscatho Portloe Port William Zennor Truro Tintagel Wadebridge Saltash St Austell St Mawes St Agnes St Ives St Michaels Mount St Just Sennen

This Map of Cornwall page offers clickable buttons on the image above. And to make it even easier there is a full list if the towns alphabetically in our gazetter below.

Advent - Advent is not an actual village, but a parish on the Camel river, 2 miles S of Camelford.

Altarnun - Altarnun is a small, pretty village on the NE edge of Bodmin Moor

Baldhu - Baldhu is a parish a little to the south of the Truro, Wheal Jane mine is here.

Bedruthan Steps - Bedruthan Steps, owned by the National Trust, offer lovely piece of coastal walking along the cliffs.

Blisland - Blisland is a quiet, pretty village on the western slopes of Bodmin Moor. A very striking village green

Boconnoc - Boconnoc is one of the great houses of Cornwall, with parkland and its own medieval church.

Bodmin - Bodmin was once the county town of Cornwall, and has a long history.

Bodmin Moor - Bodmin Moor is smaller than Dartmoor and Exmoor, but contains 100 square miles of windswept uplands.

Boscastle - Boscastle on the North Cornwall Coast is one of the few remaining unspoilt harbour villages in Cornwall

Botallack - Botallack is an old mining village, near St Just and a particularly good place to see mining ruins.

Boyton - Boyton, a village and parish, 5 miles N.W. of Launceston.

Bradock - Bradock (or Braddock), lies to the east of Boconnoc, half way between Lostwithiel and Liskeard

Breage - Breage is a former mining village, with associations with wreckers and smugglers.

Bude - Bude has been a seaside resort since Victorian times, with wide sandy beaches, Summerleaze and Crooklets.

Bude Canal - Bude Canal, now only a few miles remain of this canal that originally ran 35 miles inland.

Cadgwith - Cadgwith is a charming little village, near the tip of the Lizard.

Callington - Callington grew up as a small mining and woollen town.

Calstock - Calstock grew up as an island port on the River Tamar fourteen miles upriver from Plymouth Sound.

Cambourne - Camborne was the centre of Cornish mining, with around 350 tin and copper mines in the area its the height

Camelford - Camelford on the River Camel, and on the edge of Bodmin Moor

Cape Cornwall - Cape Cornwall, England's only cape, is a small headland 4 miles north of Land's End.

Cardinham - Cardinham is a small village is on the southern edge of Bodmin Moor.

Carnmenellis - Carnmenellis is close to Stithians Reservoir, between Falmouth and Redruth

Cawsand - Cawsand and Kingsand are two adjoining hamlets on the Rame Head peninsula, overlooking Plymouth Sound.

Charlestown - Charlestown is a picturesque small harbour near St Austell, home port for some "tall ships".

Coverack - Coverack is another attractive Lizard village that grew up round smuggling and fishing.

Cotehele - Cotehele was originally the home of the Edgcumbe family, now run by the National Trust.

Crackington Haven - Crackington Haven is a beautiful pebbley cove on the north coast of Cornwall

Crantock - Crantock is a picturesque village, separated from the busy tourist town of Newquay by the River Gannel

Cremyll - Cremyll is a port on Plymouth Sound, where the passenger ferry from Devon first lands you on Cornish soil.

Davidstow - Davidstow is a small village on the northern edge of Bodmin Moor

Delabole - Delabole has been producing slate since at least 1314

Devoran - Devoran is on the south coast in Restronguet Creek on the Fal Estuary about 4 miles South West of Truro.

Duloe - A village South West of Liskeard best known for its stone ring.

Falmouth - Falmouth has one of the largest natural harbours in the world.

Feock - Feock is one side of the King Harry Ferry crossing to the Roseland.

Flushing - Flushing is a coastal village in Cornwall, near Penryn and facing Falmouth across an arm of Carrick Roads.

Fowey - Fowey tumbles down steep slopes to the west bank of the river. A yachting centre today.

Gerrans Bay - From the hilltop village and church of Gerrans there is a stunning view of Gerrans Bay.

Godrevy - Godrevy, NE of Hayle, is a National Trust owned stretch of coast with a famous lighthouse.

Gorran Haven - Gorran Haven is a small picturesque 13th-century village 3 miles south west of Mevagissey.

Grampound - Grampound is now a small village on the busy main road from St Austell to Truro.

Gulval - Gulval is a quiet village of Victorian houses and cottages round a 15th century church. 1 mile from Penzance

Gunnislake - Gunnislake was the lowest crossing point on the River Tamar right up to modern times

Gunwalloe - Gunwalloe is a fishing cove with a scattering of fishermen's cottages at the eastern tip of Mounts bay.

Gweek - Gweek was once a busy port at the head of the Helford River, it is now a peaceful little village.

Gwennap - Gwennap is a small village SE of Redruth, best known for Gwennap Mines

Gwithian - Gwithian is a village at the northern end of a three mile sandy beach near St Ives.

Hayle - Hayle dominates the crescent of St Ives Bay with three miles of golden sands

Helford - A pretty village on the Helford River.

Helston - Helston is the gateway to the Lizard peninsula and the RNAS Culdrose airbase is just outside the town.

Holywell Bay - Holywell Bay is a small village on the north coast of Cornwall about 5 miles from Newquay

Kingsand - Kingsand and Cawsand are a pair of 17th Century Cornish fishing villages.

Kynance Cove - Kynance Cove is a beauty spot on the Lizard owned by the National Trust.

Lamorna Cove -

Lands End - Lands End claim to fame today is that it is the most westerly point in England.

Lanhydrock - Lanhydrock, Cornwall is now owned by the National Trust,

Lanlivery - Lanlivery is rather bleak moorland parish situated above a tributary of the Fowey River

Launceston - Launceston was the country town of Cornwall from early times until 1838, home to a Norman Castle.

Lelant - Lelant is on the estuary of the Hayle River, 3 miles from St Ives.

Liskeard - Liskeard flourished as a result of its mineral wealth and was one of the five original stannary towns

Lizard - Lizard is the most southerly point on the British mainland.

Looe - West and East Looe, originally two separate towns, were joined by a bridge in 1411

Lostwithiel - Lostwithiel was the capital of Cornwall for a short period in the 13th century. Restormel Castle is near here.

Luxulyan - Luxulyan village contains a number of granite cottages, a 15th century church with a turreted tower.

Madron - Madron is a village of granite cottages, NW of Penzance.

Marazion - Marazion is a pretty town facing St Michaels Mount, on Mounts Bay near Penzance

Mawgan - Some pretty cottages nestle in a wooded valley south of the Helford River.

Mawnan Smith - Mawnan Smith on the Helford River, a part of Cornwall with exotic and semi-tropical plants flourishing.

Mevagissey - Mevagissey is a very pretty fishing village with colour washed cob cottagesand a natural harbour.

Minions - Minions is a small upland high up on Bodmin moor. And at 300 is the highest village in Cornwall.

Morwenstow - Morwenstow is a village, near high cliffs on the coast, is best known for its vicar/poet R S Hawker.

Mount's Bay - Mount's Bay is one of the 'Most Beautiful Bays in the World'.

Mousehole - Mousehole, pronounced Mouzell, it is another pretty fishing village with a long and colourful history.

Mullion - Mullion is a former fishing harbour on the Lizard.

Mylor - Mylor is a village at the head of the Mylor Creek, one of the many arms of Falmouth Harbour.

Newlyn - Newlyn is about a mile west of Penzance, and now one of the largest fishing ports in England

Newquay - Newquay can offer the beaches, surfing and mild climate that attract tourists to the area.

Padstow - Padstow a picturesque fishing port is on the Camel Estuary, about seven miles from Wadebridge.

Par - Par was developed as a mineral port by Joseph Treffry between 1829 and 1841.

Pendeen - The village of Pendeen is half way between Lands End and St Ives. There is a lighthouse here.

Penryn - Penryn is now part of Falmouth, but has separate roots.

Penzance - The ancient market town of Penzance is 10 miles from Land's End.

Perranporth - Perranporth offers three and a half miles of sands plus safe bathing with lifeguards in the summer.

Polperro - Polperro is a picturesque fishing harbour lined with tightly packed houses and narrow traffic free streets.

Polzeath - Polzeath is a small village on the headland across the River Camel from Padstow

Porthcurno - Porthcurno is a small sheltered cove of white sand with the little village

Porthleven - Porthleven since the middle ages has been a fishing village, and is still a working port today

Port Isaac - Port Isaac is 700-year old fishing village comparatively unspoilt by modern tourism.

Portloe - Portloe is a small, unspoilt, fishing village on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall.

Portscatho - Portscatho is a former pilchard-fishing village on the Roseland peninsula

Porthtowan - Porthtowan, the name comes from the sandy beaches and dunes (towans).

Portholland - Portholland has two separate coves at high tide, but at low tide they are linked by a sandy beach.

Portreath - Portreath is a small village on the North coast of Cornwall, between the towns of Camborne and Redruth.

Port William - Port William or Trebarwith Strand, take your pick, is a small hamlet not far from Tintagel.

Probus - Probus grew as a wool town, which funded the tallest church tower in Cornwall.

Prussia Cove - Prussia Cove is on Mount's Bay, the cove got its name from John Carter, one of the legendary smugglers.

Redruth - Redruth, together with its neighbour Camborne, was the centre of the Cornish Tin mining industry

Roseland - The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful area between the River Fal on the west and the sea on the east

Rock - The village of Rock is across the Camel estuary from the fishing port of Padstow.

Roche - Roche gets its name from a granite outcrop, and on that rock is the hermitage chapel of St Michael, built in 1409

Saltash - Saltash, Isambard Kingdom Brunel's masterpiece, the 1859 iron railway bridge spans the River Tamar here.

St. Agnes - St Agnes is an interesting mining village, surrounded by the ruins of former mines.

St. Austell - St Austell was just a small village with a church, then came the discovery of China Clay.

St Buryan - Sy Buryan church has a four-staged tower that is used still as a landmark by fishermen entering Mounts Bay

St Cleer - St Cleer, a former mining village on the edge of Bodmin Moor, north of Liskeard

St Clement - St Clement, a pretty hamlet south of Truro,is situated on the banks of the estuary to the River Fal

St Colomb Major - The town of St Columb Major has a medieval feel with tall slate hung buildings, narrow alleyways.

St Day - St Day was the mining centre for Cornwall before Redruth took over the role.

St Ewe - St Ewe parish and picturesque little village lie in the agricultural area west of Mevagissey.

St Germans - St Germans was originally a fishing village in the 19th century.

St. Ives - St Ives, There is still much of the old character in the town, with cobbled alleys and flowery courtyards.

St. Just in Roseland - St Just in Roseland has Cornwall's most photographed church, the 13th century St Justus church

St. Just - St Just, the most westerly town in Britain, grew prosperous from tin and copper mining.

St Keverne - St Keverne is a coastal parish , mainly agricultural but with quarrying activity.

St. Mawes - St. Mawes, home of its own castle, is a pretty village that looks across Falmouth Harbour to Pendennis Castle.

St Mawgan - St Mawgan is a picturesque village in the wooded Lanherne Valley near Newquay, and 2 miles from the sea.

St Merryn - St Merryn is a cluster of grey slate cottages round the church, and is near Trevose Head.

St Michaels Mount - St Michael's Mount is now owned by the National Trust

St Neot - St Neot is a small village in a deep wooded hollow, just south of Colliford Lake, Bodmin Moor's largest reservoir.

St Tudy - Nestling close to Bodmin Moor in North Cornwall, lies the picturesque parish and village of St Tudy.

Sanscreed - Sancreed is an attractive inland village in the Lands End peninsula.

Seaton - The River Seaton winds through woods down to the sea at Seaton.

Sennen Cove - Sennen is the most westerly village in England.

Tintagel - Tintagel Castle is a few hundred yards outside the village, and has been protected from the ravages of commerce.

Torpoint - Torpoint is the gateway to Cornwall, on a peninsula in East Cornwall, across the River Tamar from Plymouth.

Tregony - Tregony is a pretty town at the base of the Roseland peninsula.

Trelissick - Trelissick National Trust gardens overlooking the River Fal.

Tresillian - Tresillian was once the lowest bridging point on the Truro River, and the highest navigable point from the sea.

Truro - Truro is the county town of Cornwall today, and the main shpping centre in the county.

Veryan - Veryan is a village on the Roseland peninsula probably best known for its round houses

Wadebridge - Wadebridge is now a tourist town, and the gateway to the Camel Trail.

Widemouth Bay - Widemouth Bay, a long, sandy, windswept bay near Bude

Zennor - Zennor is a tiny hamlet with church , pub and a few cottages about half a mile from the sea.