• Mount Edgcumbe
  • Whitsand Bay

Welcome to Torpoint.Biz…

Hello, and welcome to our new site.
It’s still in development, but you can begin using it straight away.
A good way to start would be by clicking the tabs at the top.

You’ll find the free classified ads section and the calendar there, as well as the local directory (‘Links & Contacts’), which already has many connections to explore.

(If you’re new to the web, or could do with some help finding your way around Torpoint.Biz, please click this link.)

Torpoint.Biz is for everyone in, around, or connected with Torpoint.

It’s a handy reference, but you can also add things to Torpoint.Biz yourself.
It’s a notice board, a community calendar, a directory and more.

Many local sites created for towns are clones – one design fits all. Torpoint.Biz
is unique, built for Torpoint. As such, it can be built around what Torpoint needs.

It’s an ongoing project, intended to bring together and provide access to all kinds of information of local and more general relevance – essential, useful, interesting and even entertaining.

Much of it will be on the site itself – it’s growing all the time – but Torpoint.Biz also enables you to reach plenty more from elsewhere, at the click of a mouse.

If you want to keep up to date with Torpoint’s business,
or you want Torpoint to know yours, Torpoint.Biz is for you!

Mount Edgcumbe

Peace at Mt Edgcumbe

Mount Edgcumbe has become one of our most popular tourist destinations since it began to be made accessible to the public in the early 1970s. The house and gardens, as well as being very beautiful, hold great historic interest.

The house was built in the mid-1500s for the Edgcumbe family of Cotehele, and is thought to be the first such house in England to be built to use its surroundings and plan to aesthetic, rather than defensive, advantage. In the 17th century, Samuel Pepys described Mount Edgcumbe as “The most beautiful place as ever was seen”.

Whitsand Bay:
A Matter of Life and Death

Whitsand view

Whitsand bay, three miles south-west of Torpoint across the Rame peninsula, has been described as one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in the world, with long stretches of golden sand and wonderful views from the high cliffs with their bright yellow gorse flowers.

Despite the difficult access, the restricted parking, the lack of toilets, the dangerous rip currents and the long climb back up the cliff, this coast is popular with those who enjoy a ‘day at the beach’ with a more natural, less commercial feel. Generations of Torpointers have grown up thinking of places like The Grotto as ‘their’ beach, and thousands of visitors have come to love the bay too.

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