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Opened in 1998, Seaton Valley is the newest of Cornwall's four Country Parks.
The Local Nature Reserve is popular with visitors and is also home to wildlife such as otters, kingfishers, dormice and fritillary butterflies.
Seaton Valley Countryside ParkOn 19th July 2005 the Park became Cornwall's first Green Flag Countryside Park and Local Nature Reserve after passing a tough inspection with flying colours. The prestigious Green Flag Award is similar to the Blue Flag Award for clean and well maintained beaches and recognises the best green spaces in the country.
Please upload your photos of Seaton Valley Country Park or see below for towns & villages near Seaton Valley Country Park and a list of other nearby attractions to visit.
In far off medieval times both East and West Looe were granted a charter and each retained its own identity for several centuries...
Jagged rocks rise as if to guard the entrance to the picturesque harbour of this enchanting fishing village which has for decades been a magnet for tourists and a mecca for artists from all over England...
The picturesque harbour town of Fowey has a history as colourful as some of the pretty boats sailing in and out of its waters...
in the county of Devon(11.3 miles, 18.2 km, direction E)
This is a city that evokes stirring memories of England's great maritime past...
in the county of Cornwall(15.6 miles, 25.2 km, direction NW)
Historically fascinating and naturally beautiful, this area of North Cornwall has so much to offer. Equidistant from both the north and south coasts, Bodmin is an excellent base.....All towns in Cornwall
Golitha NNR (national nature reserve), known locally as Golitha Falls, is a famous beauty spot on the southern edge of Bodmin.....