Port Navas can be found at the head of a tidal creek on the North side of the Helford River. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and woods, it was once a busy port which is now a haven for those who appreciate the water and peace and quiet of the beautiful surroundings. Visit the Port Navas website at www.portnavas.net for information about this very special village, local news and events. (In particular, take a look at the Port Navas calendar.) Also see the yacht club site at www.pnyc.co.uk.
In Port Navas itself, there are no shops. However, we have a Save The Children shop (in holiday seasons) which also stocks basic refreshments and stamps. There is a small Methodist church and in 2002 village residents and friends got together to purchase the old Reading Room for use as a Village Hall (see notice board outside the hall for a list of local events). We also have a telephone kiosk, post box and a yacht club where temporary membership is available. There is no proper pub, but plenty to be found in surrounding villages. The popular Port Navas Regatta has been held on the Quay for more than eighty years.
The true beauty of the village lies in the water and the surrounding countryside and walks.
The nearest town to Port Navas is Falmouth. See below for a map to Port Navas.