On the east side of the Roseland are the twin villages of Portscatho and Gerrans.

Portscatho was once famous for pilchard fishing while Gerrans features a church spire, well known as a landmark for miles around for those at sea and on land.

Pop in to one of the galleries and discover a wide range of local art work.

There is a pub in each of the villages and great walking nearby with access to a number of breathtaking cliff, creek, country and beach walks.

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