Cudden Point
Prussia Cove, Rosudgeon and Perranuthnoe.
  • Address Cudden Point National Trust
    TR20 9BB

Cudden Point National Trust

Nestled between Perranuthnoe and Prussia Cove on the south Cornish coast lies this rugged outcrop where visitors can experience dramatic coastal views.

Choughs can be seen nesting here and legend has it that treasure, including a solid silver table, can be found on the seabed. According to folklore dating back to the 19th century, a rich lord local to the area took a group of friends on a sailing trip around Mounts Bay, dropping anchor for lunch at Cudden Point.

Lunch can be enjoyed aboard the boat at a silver table when suddenly the boat sank, taking with it every guest and every treasure on board. While visitors are unlikely to reach the seabed and uncover treasure, they’re guaranteed breath-taking views and fresh sea air.

Cudden Point National Trust promises a scenic setting…

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