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Things to do near Bude

This idyllic holiday destination at the southwestern-most tip of the mainland UK, is surrounded by clear blue waters, with long and winding coastline, punctuated by secret coves and sandy bays - a Cornwall holiday delivers on every front. Discover things to do in the local area during your stay at our Bude Holiday Resort.

Local attractions near Bude Holiday Resort

Located on the stunning South Coast, our Bude Holiday Resort is the perfect location for making great holiday memories. From enjoying our on-park facilities to exploring all that the local area has to offer, there's plenty to get stuck into when holidaying in Cornwall. 

From taking long walks along the stunning Southwest Coast Path to packing your buckets and spades for fun-filled beach adventures, take a look at some of the best places to visit during your stay at Bude Holiday Resort below.

Places to visit

Camel Creek Adventure Park

A vibrant and welcoming visitor destination all year round with rides, annual events and activities.

Drive time: About an hour

Dog friendly: Assistance dogs only

For further information, please visit website.

The Museum of Witchcraft

Exploring British Magical Practice from ancient times to the present day.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: No

For further information, please visit website.

Visit towns close to Bude


Bude is a picturesque coastal town known for its stunning beaches, surfing, coastal walks and stunning attractions such as Bude Castle Heritage Centre. The town boasts a selection of restaurants, cafes, and pubs serving locally cuisine.

Drive time: Less than 10 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes.


Holsworthy offers a quintessential taste of rural Devon. Its picturesque countryside, rolling hills, and quaint villages provide a peaceful and idyllic setting. Experience the traditional market town by visiting weekly livestock market.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes



Launceston a traditional market town offers a perfect blend of history, culture, natural beauty, and outdoor adventure, making it an ideal destination for tourists seeking an authentic Cornish experience seeing ancient castles and moorland.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes



Camelford, a small market town, offers a unique and charming experience including beautiful surroundings, historic sites such as Tintagel Castle and weekly markets. Camelford hosts a variety of cultural events and festivals.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


Visit towns close to Bude

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