One of the highlights of autumn is undoubtedly the Tresco and Bryher Food Festival. Local chefs, brewers, fishermen, growers, bakers and more come together to give you the chance to try some delicious food.
The Isles of Scilly aren’t short on culture, with a great resident artistic community and many more who pass through to be inspired by its beauty – Gallery Tresco is a must-see. Each of the islands has its own unique history, and you can explore everything from shipwrecks to stuffed birds at the Isles of Scilly Museum.
Bant’s Carn Burial Chamber and Halangy Down Ancient Village boasts a Bronze Age burial mound and the remains of an ancient Iron Age village. The tropical Tresco Abbey Gardens is home to plants from around the world. Head for the picturesque cove of Rushy Bay, or explore Cromwell’s Castle.
You’ll enjoy great grub across the islands. Whether it’s freshly-caught fish, locally grown fruit and vegetables, or even beer or wine you fancy, there are a range of pubs, restaurants, markets and stores to satisfy you. Try some tasty local food at the annual Tresco and Bryher Food Festival
Sail to the Isles of Scilly by Scillonian ferry from Penzance, or fly from Land’s End with Skybus. Book with us for an exclusive package, including return train travel to Penzance station. Example packages are shown below. To book, call 03457 000 125.
Hugh Town is your best bet for retail therapy, with clothing stores, souvenir shops and more. Across the islands you’ll find plenty of places to buy local and find something special to take home with you.
| Depart from
|Bristol Temple Meads
|Exeter St Davids
| Isles of Scilly Travel run a bus transfer between Penzance station
and Land’s End Airport. It takes about 20 minutes, costs £6 each way
when you board and is designed to coincide with your flight.