St Just Guide
St Just is the most westerly town in England, and is only a few miles from the popular landmark at Land’s End. The town is set in a granite peninsular, and is surrounded by stunning scenery and beautiful countryside. The main car park in the town centre is free to use, making it easy to visit the local shops and large range of cafes and restaurants. St Just also has several pubs, many of which are family friendly. Most of the shops and eateries are centred around the St Just’s triangular square.
Explore the wind swept cliffs that follow the rugged coastline at Cape Cornwall, of which The National Trust owns the majority of. The headland has a car park, with restrooms, and during summer, a refreshment van. Or head a few miles north to Pendeen where there are several signposted walkways around the countryside. Just 7 miles east of St Just is the old market town of Penzance, which features a larger range of shops and restaurants, as well as a working harbour.
Looking for St Just cottages? Browse through our large range of self catering holiday homes and cottages in St Just.