Coverack harbour. A wonderful place to relax and watch the local fishermen land their catch, a favourite place for many locals and visitors to sit with a beer and Fish and chips on a summers evening.
Coverack Windsurfing centre which runs windsurfing courses as well as hiring out boards. The centre also hires out kayaks and Stand-up paddle boards www.coverack.co.uk.
Diving nearby at Porthkerris. The manacles are nearby, a famous area for diving amongst the many shipwrecks in the area www.porthkerris.com
Roskillys farm, (just outside the village, a lovely walk across the fields) at Tregellast Barton a great family day out, there are walks around the ponds, children can feed the pigs and ducks and see the Jersey cows grazing in the fields. The Croust house is open for food cooked in their wood burning stoves and an Ice cream parlour selling their own Organic Ice cream. www.roskillys.co.uk. The Coast colour canvas art gallery and Bowji gallery are also located on the farm. Sally Tully (participant on The Great Pottery throw down) runs Pottery courses from the farm www.sallytullyceramics.co.uk
Cornish Pisky Pals Pisky Trails. A great way to spend some time in Coverack. In holiday times there are lots of little Piskies hiding in Coverack for you to find. Each one has a name and the first letter of each name spells out a phrase. Trails are available in The Old Mill Shop https://cornishpisky.co.uk/.
The 'Lambeage Hall' is a community venue, a space for local clubs, village events, entertainment and social gatherings. The Battery is Coverack's only public green space, used for outdoor festivities, concerts, a children's playground and the summer fete.
Terence Coventry sculpture garden. Free admission just south of Coverack with easy access from the old coastal path.
Coverack harbour boat trips and mackerel fishing contact Ian Carey 07977044565