• Enjoy the outdoor life

    Explore Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula at Mullion Holiday Park. This lively park is set within pretty countryside - ideal for discovering the nearby beaches and fishing villages

    Go on an adventure!

    An Area of Outstanding Beauty, Mullion is the largest village on the Lizard Peninsula and ideally placed to enjoy the stunning coastline

    A beautiful view

    Head to one of the beaches to enjoy rockpooling or take a stroll to discover the many attractions

    Lovely family time

    A holiday destination that will suit everybody

  • Eight berth caravan situated on the Mullion Holiday Park The Lizard, Cornwall, TR12 7LJ. This top of the range three bedrooms unit is double glazed and has full gas powered central heating.

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  • You’ll never run out of fun activities and adventures at Mullion. With fantastic facilities and a range of top-class entertainment there’s something for every member of the family.

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  • Mullion Holiday Park has great facilities, top class amenities, fantastic food and exciting entertainment, making it a fantastic destination for your holiday or break.

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  • Book your reservation and enjoy the outdoor life.

    Perched at the apex of the gorgeous Lizard Peninsula in one of Cornwall’s many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty the stunning white and gold sands of the peninsula await you

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  • Everyone Deserves Leisure Time!

    Cornwall has some of the best – if not the best – beaches in the UK. From wide and sandy with clear turquoise waters to rival those in the Caribbean, to the steep-cliffed, boulder-strewn with wild Atlantic waves crashing, there’s every kind of beach going.

    Cornwall has miles and miles of stunningly beautiful coastline, helpfully marked out with public paths so you can make the most of the views. Along the south coast you can walk from Newlyn to Penzance – which shows off St Michael’s Mount, do the seven mile Lizard coastal walk, or walk from Land’s End to Sennen Cove. In the north, the path from Rock to Polzeath, along the Camel Estuary, is a beauty.

    As well as pasties, cream and fish’n’chips, foodies are spoilt for choice when it comes to first class restaurants, too. Rick Stein put Cornwall on the gastronomical map when he opened his Seafood Restaurant with his wife Jill in 1975 – it’s still booked up weeks in advance for its fresh, fresh fish and shellfish.

  • May


    Furry Dance 2018

    The Furry Dance (pronounced to rhyme with "hurry"), also known as The Flora (or incorrectly as the Floral Dance or the Cornish Floral Dance), takes place in Helston, Cornwall, and is one of the oldest British customs still practised today. The dance is very well attended every year and people travel from all over the world to see it.



    Golowan Festival 2018

    15th-24th June 2018 ~ Penzance community celebration of the traditional Feast of St. John. The festival has a packed programme of artists in celebration of music, performing arts & theatre



    Charlestown Regatta Week 2018

    21st-27th July 2018 ~ A week of fun events for all the family including includes events such as the fun triathlon, raft races, donkey derby, live music and colourful carnival to raise funds for the local community.