Lannyust Agas Dynnargh!
(Welcome to St Just)

Carn Bosavern QuarryTowards the last hill in England

High summer near St JustCot Valley

Cape CornwallA prospect of St Just

Boscean barnsThe carnival atmosphere of Lafrowda Day in Mid July

Rocks at nearby Porth Nanven

This ancient Cornish mining town will amaze you with its wealth of talent. But the treasures to be found are not only artistic - within the town there are some friendly pubs, with people to match, and some excellent cafés and restaurants, making it the ideal destination for a family day out or longer stay.

Once you have been to St Just you will want to return again and again, perhaps to discover its other secrets. From the live folk music in The Star to the colourful Lafrowda Festival, and the miracle plays of The Ordinalia, a five-hundred year old cycle of plays, written for the people of St Just and performed in the Plen an Gwary, or Playing Place - Cornish culture is thriving here.

The immediate area provides you with plenty to do and see. If you fancy a round of golf there is Cape Cornwall Golf & Country Club or you could visit ancient sites such as Bollowal Barrow, Chapel Carn Brea, or St Helen’s Oratory. There are superb coastal walks such as the secluded valleys of Cot and Kenidjack, and of course there is Cape Cornwall, known as The Connoisseur’s Lands End.