Isles of Scilly things to do with kids

Great Bay St Martins Isles of Scilly

The best things to do on the Isles of Scilly

Tempted by the thought of empty beaches and a slower pace of life, this summer I dragged my extended family to one of Britain’s most remote but alluring destinations: the Isles of Scilly. We stayed on the main Scilly Isle of St Mary’s on the edge of its “capital” Hugh Town (population 1,000). We rented a house just a stone’s throw (literally) from lovely Porthcressa Beach. So, do the islands live up to their reputation as a holiday destination of yesteryear, where the pleasures are simple, crime is non-existent and the beaches are of Caribbean quality? Should you visit the Isles of Scilly with kids? Read on to find out about Isles of Scilly things to do.

View of the sea on St Marys Isles of Scilly

St Marys, Isles of Scilly

Isles of Scilly beaches

It’s all about the beaches on the Isles of Scilly. There are 35 beaches across the Isles so visitors are pretty thinly spread out. When we visited Great Bay on St Martin’s, the real poster boy for the Scillies, we shared it with just three or four other people. We visited several empty beaches on St Mary’s less populated east coast.

Most of the beaches on the Scilly Isles were great for young children: plenty of sheltered bays, huge stretches of sand and lots of rock pools.

Here’s a list of our favourite Scilly Isles beaches:

Porthcressa, St Mary’s

Sand and seaweed on the beach at Porthcressa, St Mary's Isles of Scilly

Porthcressa Beach, Scilly Isles

We stayed just a stone’s throw from Porthcressa Beach so we wandered over to it regularly during our stay on the Scilly Isles. The beach is a wide arc of sand with a great cafe at one end. We enjoyed evening drinks at Dibble and Grub cafe while the kids played on the sand – it made for a very enjoyable end to a day. In the evenings, there’s a fish and chip van plus a Thai takeaway van parked near the beach so these were both popular for evening picnics.  There’s also a decent play area at the far end of the beach which we frequented several times.

Pelistry Bay, St Mary’s

Pelistry Bay beach Scilly Isles

Pelistry Bay, St Mary’s

This beach is reached via a rocky track next to Carn Vean Tea Rooms. It was vast and empty when we visited – it’s hidden away on the north east coast. There are lots of rocks and pebbles as well as plenty of sand.

Porth Hellick, St Mary’s

family walking across seaweed on beach in the scilly isles

Perfect for rockpooling, Porth Hellick, St Mary’s

This beach, a big enclosed bay, was another hidden gem. We reached it via a long winding track through a nature reserve. The tide was out during our visit to Porth Hellick and there were hundreds of rockpools to explore.

The airport is close to Porth Hellick so the kids enjoyed watching the tiny aircrafts coming into land over the beach.

Porthmellon Beach, St Mary’s

We loved this beach for the win-win combination of its excellent café, the sand for the kids to play in and the water sports on offer. We spent a whole day here eating, drinking, playing, paddle boarding and kayaking.

The Bar, St Agnes

Sand bar at St Agnes Scilly Isles

Low tide between St Agnes and Gugh

My brother and his family had a great day out on the island of Agnes. A highlight was visiting the sand bar at low tide which joins Agnes to neighbouring uninhabited Gugh. The waters are shallow and perfect for swimming when the tide is out but there’s a strong current when it comes in.

Great Bay, St Martin

Lone figure on the beach at Great Bay St martin's Isles of Scilly

Great Bay, St Martin’s

Great Bay on St Martin’s was the most picturesque of all the beaches on the Scilly Isles we visited. It was quite a journey to reach it – a boat trip from St Mary’s, a 30 minute walk from the harbour across the island – which made it all the more rewarding when we finally arrived.

Great Bay is a wide sweep of sand bookended by rocks and backed by heathland. There are no facilities except for the sea. We picked up some provisions from the island bakery on our arrival to St Martin’s and then enjoyed a morning playing at the beach before heading to one of the island’s pubs for lunch.

Enjoy a multi-generational holiday in the Scilly Isles

We visited the islands with my parents and my brother’s family. My parents enjoyed the slow pace of the islands, visiting Tresco Abbey Gardens and exploring St Mary’s on a golf buggy. The kids loved playing at the beaches every day. The middle aged parents enjoyed properly relaxing at the numerous beach-side cafes where beers and gins could be sipped within view of the children.

Abbey Gardens Tresco Scilly Isles

Tresco Abbey Gardens

Isles of Scilly bike hire

If you’re staying on St Mary’s, bike hire is one of the most essential things to do on the Scilly Isles. Our boys, aged six and four, are keen cyclists so the quiet roads, once you leave St Mary’s main hub, Hugh Town, were perfect. Tourists cannot bring cars to the islands.

St Mary’s is a bit hilly in places but the promise of an ice cream or cream tea was sufficient incentive to power the kids up the steeper stretches. On such a small island (less than 2.5 square miles) you’re never far from a cafe to refuel in or a beach to cool off at.

We brought our boys’ bikes over on the ferry from Penzance but hired bikes for the grown ups from St Mary’s Bike Hire which has a good range of cycles to choose from along with child seats, trailers and tag-ons.

golf buggy and bike on a road on the island of St mary Scilly Isles

Modes of transport on the Scillies

Hire a golf buggy on St Mary’s

If you’d rather have four wheels than two, hiring a golf buggy is great fun, these can seat from two to eight people. If you plan to hire a golf buggy on St Mary’s for the duration of your stay, it is best to book ahead.

Eating out in the Scilly Isles

I was impressed by the range of places to eat and drink on the Scilly Isles. There are some good pubs in the capital Hugh Town and we enjoyed some really memorable meals at a couple of cafes.

The beach café, Porthmellon Beach, St Mary’s

We enjoyed exceptionally good food at the Beach cafe overlooking Porthmellon Beach. We spent around three hours eating (I had delicious monkfish kebabs) and drinking at the cafe while the kids played contentedly on the beach.

Dibble and Grub, Porthcressa Beach, St Mary’s

Our other favourite cafe was Dibble and Grub, a converted fire station (love the connection in the name) on the promenade above Porthcressa Beach (handily just 10 seconds from our house), where the grown ups enjoyed an evening drink while the kids (see a theme developing here?) messed around in the sand.

Ruin Beach Café, Old Grimsby, Tresco

We enjoyed delicious pizzas at this rather trendy restaurant overlooking the beach at Raven’s Porth beach.

Juliet’s Garden Restaurant, St Mary’s

If you’re after dinner with a view, Juliet’s Garden Restaurant is the place to go on the island of St Mary’s. My husband and I enjoyed an evening out without the kids at this lovely little spot. It’s position on top of a hill affords lovely views over the island. We drank Scilly gin and ate locally caught fish.

Seven Stones Inn, St Martin’s

After a long walk across the island with very hungry tummies, it was very satisfying to arrive at the Seven Stones Inn for a slap up pub lunch. It’s in a handy position close to the quay.

Longstone Lodge and Café, St Mary’s

We stopped here during a bike ride through St Mary’s. It’s a good place for a light lunch or morning coffee and cake.

Carn Vean Tea Rooms, St Mary’s

If you need an agapanthus hit, the gardens of the Carn Vean Tea Rooms won’t disappoint. This is a great place for lunch before heading to the nearby beach at Pelistry Bay.

Eat Scilly Ice cream

On the remote island of Agnes, you’ll find Troy Town Farm. There’s a campsite, holiday cottages and – crucially – a dairy farm where ice cream, clotted cream and other milky produce from their herd of just 9 milking cows. There’s 30 flavours of ice cream to choose from.

Perfect play areas on the Scilly Isles

play ground by the sea Scilly Isles

Porthcressa playground

Fancy a playground with a view? We found the one overlooking Porthcressa Beach hard to beat. And if your kids fancy a game of footie while the grown ups indulge in a cream tea, Longstone Lodge and Cafe can cater for all the family: there’s a football pitch and a small play area plus distant sea views to admire from the terrace.

children playing on swings at Lonstone Lodge Scilly Isles

Play area at Longstone Lodge

Visit the most south westerly vineyard in the UK

We cycled deep into the centre of St Mary’s to seek out the island’s one vineyard, Holy Vale. Unfortunately we discovered someone else had got there first – there was no wine left to buy. The vineyard grows mostly Pinor Noir grapes along with Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.

There’s also a vineyard on the Island of St Martin’s – St Martin’s Vineyard – producing two whites: Seyval blanc and Orion plus a rose wine made from a blend of grape varieties.

Explore lush gardens

Abbey Gardens Tresco Scilly Isles

Abbey Gardens Tresco Scilly Isles

The Abbey Gardens on Tresco are the famous ones in the Scilly Isles, but on St Mary’s we found a delightful little community garden hidden away in the centre of the island. Carreg Dhu is located close to Holy Vale vineyard. It’s a lovely spot for a moment of contemplation or for a quiet wander.

Horse riding in the Scilly Isles

Although we didn’t do this during our Scilly Isles holiday, I’d imagine horse riding across the beaches of the Scillies would be great fun. There’s one outfit on the islands, St Mary’s Riding Centre, located near Pelistry Bay.

Visit a Scilly art gallery

We browsed some lovely art galleries on the Scilly Isles. Unsurprisingly, the islands attract many artists, drawn no doubt by the ever-changing sea and sky vistas. Each of the islands has at least one art gallery and there’s a particular concentration of galleries to visit on the main island of St Mary’s.

Shop local in the Scilly Isles

Packets of chillies for sale on the Scilly Isles

Scilly chillies

Although much of what you buy has been imported to the Scillies, there is plenty of local produce to seek out across the isles. There’s a local Scilly gin, locally produced ice cream and of course lots of locally caught fish.

The agapanthus plant grows everywhere on the Isles of Scilly and you’ll find the bulbs for sale in various locations.

We found honesty stalls all across the islands selling Scilly chillies, local eggs, honey and jewellery. On St Martin’s you’ll even find a shoemaker, his tiny workshop is just the place I could imagine elves creeping into in the dead of night…

Scilly Isles open air history lessons

Despite their remoteness, the Isles of Scilly have been inhabited for over 3,000 years. Our boys enjoyed exploring the scenic Iron Age settlement at Halangy Down in the north west of St Mary’s and particularly liked the Garrison above Hugh Town.

Iron Age settlement at Halangy Down, St Mary's, Scilly Isles

Iron Age settlement at Halangy Down, St Mary’s

The Garrison, complete with castle (now a hotel) and clifftop cannons, was originally constructed to defend against a possible second Spanish Armada and was later used during the English Civil War. We only explored the history on St Mary’s but there’s plenty to learn on the other islands too from early Christian chapels on St Martin’s to castle ruins on Tresco.

Isles of Scilly water sports

We took the kids kayaking and paddle boarding at Porthmellon beach on St Mary’s. There’s also sailing and windsurfing available along with wetsuits for hire. Visitors can try snorkelling with seals off St Martin’s (book weeks in advance in high season as this activity is very popular) as well as diving. Back on St Mary’s coasteering is also on offer.

On Tresco there’s a sailing school with tuition for kids and adults. Tresco also offers kayaking, paddle boarding and windsurfing and there are guided kayak trips available too. Tresco has RIB experiences where passengers can enjoy a high-speed trip across the waves and water taxis are also available.

Swimming pools on the Isles of Scilly

With so many incredible beaches, it’s hard to imagine retreating to a swimming pool but if the weather is against you and you’d prefer an indoor swimming experience, there’s a public pool – Normandy – on St Mary’s. On the private island of Tresco, visitors to the Tresco Island Spa can make use of the indoor pool.

On the tiny island of Bryher, guests at the Hell Bay Hotel can enjoy use of an outdoor swimming pool while back on St Mary’s, there’s an indoor pool at the St Castle Hotel.

Let the kids run free

One of the locals I chatted to explained that young people who grow up on the Isles of Scilly are able to have a very independent childhood. Kids can walk or cycle in relative safety and children living on the four off-islands board on St Mary’s for their secondary school education. Crime seems to be restricted to the odd local “borrowing” your bike to get home after a heavy night at one of Hugh Town’s pubs, we were told evenings were the only time we needed to lock our bikes up.

child on bike at St Mary's harbour Scilly Isles

Ready to explore the isles of scilly

Isles of Scilly accommodation

You can camp, glamp, stay in a hostel, a hotel, or self cater as we did. Prices are higher than the mainland but if you book early there are some relatively affordable options (Longstone Lodge is particularly good value). This isn’t the place for a last minute holiday: many of the holiday properties are block booked by returning guests who are given first refusal before the accommodation is released to the general market. The ferry and aeroplanes our family took to reach the Isles were fully booked for many of the days we were there.

Scilly Isles boat trips

We stayed on the main island, St Mary’s, and visited St Martin’s and Tresco. Ferry boats run throughout the day between the islands and some trips allow you to take in three islands in one day. Typically, visitors take a boat out to a neighbouring island in the morning and return mid-afternoon, most inter-island journeys take 10 to 20 minutes and cost £9.50 per adult return, £4.75 per child. Extra boats are laid on if they fill up so you aren’t left stranded with nowhere to stay if the boat you planned to catch is full. There are also wildlife trips, glass bottom boats and dive boats. Note, the boats are very popular so there isn’t space to take an adult cycle on them although kids’ bikes are permitted.

family on boat trip in the scilly isles

Inter-island travel

Walking in the Isles of Scilly

Nothing is ever very far away when you stay on the Isles of Scilly but heading inland and exploring the nature trails and walking along some of the coastal paths, the islands did feel wild and remote. I loved the rewarding Holy Vale walk on St Mary’s which culminated in an isolated arc of sand with the Atlantic stretching off into the distance. On St Martin’s, it’s quite a walk from the harbour (via a well placed bakery for provisions) across the island to Great Bay but the wild flowers, sea views and gently rolling heathland make it an enjoyable ramble. There are also themed guided walks available covering the history, flora and fauna of the islands.

Bracken and heathland with sandy beach in distance, Scilly Isles

St Martin’s coastal path

What to do in the Scilly Isles when it rains

There’s no doubting that going to the Isles of Scilly with kids during bad weather wouldn’t be ideal, the Scillies are very much a beach holiday destination. We had a few wet and windy days at the start but we used these to explore and get our bearings. My parents hired a golf buggy which was an excellent mode of transport for the kids on rainy days.

Storm cloud over the sea in Scilly Isles

Scilly skies are always changing.

There’s an impressive museum on St Mary’s full of tales of ship wrecks and World War heroics with plenty of model ships and lighthouses to engage little visitors. We also enjoyed exploring the windswept Garrison which seemed all the more atmospheric for the inclement weather.

So, would we visit the Isles of Scilly again? Absolutely.Boy on beach Scilly Isles

More on the Isles of Scilly:

Isles of Scilly Family Holiday Guide

Longstone Lodge, St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly

Have you visited the Isles of Scilly with kids? Let me know in the comments below.

If you’re driving in the UK, make sure you take a look at my post about family-friendly places to stop just off the motorway. It covers everything from play areas to picnic spots, castles to nature reserves.

looking for UK holiday inspiration? Have a read of my blog post about family friendly short break ideas. I’ve also written about my favourite UK beach breaks in case you’re looking for seaside ideas.

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51 Comments

  1. 13th September 2018 / 12:05 pm

    I’ve unfortunately never been, but this is giving me serious wanderlust! The beaches look gorgeous, and it’s nice that they’re not super crowded with tourists. Maybe I’ll try to go next year! Thanks for sharing 🙂 #farawayfiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      13th September 2018 / 12:29 pm

      It’s heavenly, definitely give it a try!

  2. 13th September 2018 / 1:52 pm

    I like the sound of 35 beaches and still no crowds even during peak season! That’s definitely a great reason to go! #FarawayFiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      13th September 2018 / 2:53 pm

      You must go Lorelei, combine it with Cornwall like we did!

  3. Mama Travels Earth
    13th September 2018 / 2:26 pm

    Wow, this sounds so perfect for a getaway with a family of all ages. The beaches are so beautiful and LOVE the sound of monkfish kebabs and getting around by golf buggy!

    • smudgedpostcard
      13th September 2018 / 2:53 pm

      The kebabs were amazing, I’ve been cooking them every week since we got home!

  4. Allison
    13th September 2018 / 4:45 pm

    I’ve heard of the Isles of Scilly but I have never been there. But I love the idea of beaches that aren’t crowded. That’s reason enough for me to visit, though it seems they have a lot more to offer than that. #farawayfiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      13th September 2018 / 7:26 pm

      It was so peaceful. I was really surprised that it was so quiet in our school holidays.

  5. 13th September 2018 / 7:48 pm

    I’ve never been, yet I always hear amazing things. There is something really magical about them. Watersports, beaches, restaurants, parks … it’s got it all going on! #farawayfiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      13th September 2018 / 8:25 pm

      It’s such a relaxing holiday, I enjoyed it so much!

  6. 14th September 2018 / 12:31 pm

    We visited pre-kids and I loved the Scilly Isles. Would love to take the boys. Remember cycling around to empty beaches! #FarawayFiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      14th September 2018 / 2:23 pm

      The empty beaches really surprised me, I knew it would be quiet but not quite that empty! So peaceful.

  7. 14th September 2018 / 4:42 pm

    I’ve never heard of this part of the world. That’s what I love about this travel community, always something new. The Tresco Gardens look wonderful, as does that lovely blue water. We also love a good deserted beach! #farawayfiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      14th September 2018 / 7:21 pm

      I’ll be writing a post on how to get there in the next few weeks l!

      • Gail Taylor
        5th July 2020 / 6:13 pm

        I live in Yorkshire
        How would I get there and how long would it take
        Thank you.
        Gail.

        • 5th July 2020 / 6:41 pm

          There’s no easy way to get there from Yorkshire unfortunately. You’d need to drive to Exeter and fly from there or drive to Penzance and take the ferry. If you did a two centre with a week in Devon and a week in the Scillies that might make the journey less arduous.

    • smudgedpostcard
      14th September 2018 / 7:20 pm

      I look forward to hearing your review of it!

  8. Clare Thomson
    14th September 2018 / 7:05 pm

    I have wanted to visit the Isles of Scilly for SO long for all the reasons you’ve written about here. This is exactly the kind of laid-back, unhurried, nostalgic destination we love. Thanks for sharing it with us on #FarawayFiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      14th September 2018 / 7:22 pm

      A bit like your trip to the Greek islands but with colder water!

  9. pigeonpairandme
    18th September 2018 / 12:44 pm

    The islands sound as though they have a good mix of wilderness and cosy seaside hospitality. I didn’t realise you couldn’t take cars across. That must make it very safe. Scilly has been on my hitlist for a while now – I really must try and get there soon. #FarawayFiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      18th September 2018 / 8:54 pm

      It was so lovely, I feel rather wistful thinking about it!

  10. 19th September 2018 / 9:53 pm

    I so want to visit the Scilly Isles, those beaches look stunning #FarawayFiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      19th September 2018 / 10:04 pm

      They are magical!

  11. 21st September 2018 / 5:23 pm

    I would love to visit the Isles of Scilly! The beaches and the Tresco Abbey Gardens look absolutely stunning. Bookmarking this for later! #farawayfiles

    • smudgedpostcard
      21st September 2018 / 6:03 pm

      It’s a really magical place.

  12. 21st September 2018 / 10:42 pm

    Looks gorgeous! I’ve never been, but it sounds like a place I’d enjoy… gorgeous beaches and no crowds of tourists is a good reason to go. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard

  13. 21st September 2018 / 11:26 pm

    I can’t believe I’ve still not been to the Scilly Isles. I always wanted to go by helicopter, but I’ve missed my chance with that. Did you try the Scilly chillies? I’d have to buy a bag of them. And some Scilly gin. And some Scilly ice cream …

    • 5th October 2018 / 9:02 pm

      Just noticed I hadn’t replied to you, apologies! You can indeed fly by helicopter to the Isles of Scilly. I believe there’s a year-round service. We didn’t buy the chillis but we did buy the gin!

  14. Anisa
    22nd September 2018 / 9:19 am

    Looks like a beautiful place. You had me at beautiful beaches that are not crowded during the peak season. I guess the thing that is holding me back is how far it is. Hopefully one day. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • smudgedpostcard
      22nd September 2018 / 11:35 pm

      Well, the harder it is to get there, the better it is!

  15. 22nd September 2018 / 10:56 pm

    The skies are so blue! The uncrowded beaches sound like heaven. I’d especially enjoy the walks and the Iron Age settlement. #TheWeeklyPostcard

    • smudgedpostcard
      22nd September 2018 / 11:35 pm

      The walks were lovely. I can’t wait to return one day and spend more time exploring!

  16. 24th September 2018 / 9:33 am

    Lovely post and you make the Scilly Isles sound like the exactly the sort of place I need to visit. More and more, great views, walks and afternoon teas are what I want to do. To be honest a few days of bad weather is not the end of the world either, that is what board games are for! Thanks for sharing on #the weeklypostcard

    • smudgedpostcard
      24th September 2018 / 11:30 am

      I’m trying to get my boys into board games, a project for this winter!

  17. 27th September 2018 / 9:38 pm

    We’re in the group that’s only vaguely heard of the Scilly Islands, and wow – we’re convinced! Those beaches look very inviting, and we love the idea of a relaxing, not-so-crowded beach town to visit. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard!

    • smudgedpostcard
      28th September 2018 / 7:42 am

      You must visit!

  18. 1st October 2018 / 2:53 pm

    The Iles of Scilly are now firmly on my radar – now to try and work them into our travel plans. We’d love those empty beaches! I’m guessing as well as kayaking and paddle boarding there’s good beaches for bodyboarding too? #fearlessfamtrav

    • smudgedpostcard
      1st October 2018 / 5:43 pm

      The beaches we visited were pretty calm but I expect the ones facing the full force of the Atlantic should be good for bodyboarding.

  19. 3rd October 2018 / 6:29 pm

    Every time I read a post about the Scilly Isles I think they sound amazing! The beaches look beautiful and uncrowded in your pictures. And some great tips on the best playgrounds and cycling with kids. #fearlessfamtrav

    • smudgedpostcard
      3rd October 2018 / 6:46 pm

      It really is a brilliant place, I couldn’t get over how quiet it was!

  20. 3rd October 2018 / 8:43 pm

    I’m totally sold and the Isles of Scilly are so close to us in Devon. We’ve really got no excuse but to go and see it for ourselves! #FearlessFamTrav

    • smudgedpostcard
      3rd October 2018 / 9:29 pm

      I visited a friend in Devon this summer, during the amazing weather, and I was so envious of everything you have on your doorstep!

  21. 3rd October 2018 / 9:16 pm

    The Scilly Isles are high up on my travel bucket list. I imagine them to be a little bit like Jersey (which we visited a couple of years ago) but smaller and quieter. They look and sound utterly beautiful. Fab tips for travelling there with kids- I’ve bookmarked your post to refer back to when we eventually make it over there #fearlessfamtrav

    • smudgedpostcard
      3rd October 2018 / 9:31 pm

      Yes, you’re right they are a bit similar to Jersey but more low key. I prefer the Scillies but am tempted to visit one of the smaller Channel Islands.

  22. 3rd October 2018 / 10:25 pm

    How did you find the ferry? I’ve heard it gets quite bumpy #fearlessfamtrav

    • smudgedpostcard
      4th October 2018 / 8:22 am

      It was bumpy on the way out, both kids vomited! But recovered quickly and we were all laughing about it in the pub an hour later! Crossing was smooth on the return so they were fine. I’ll be writing a post about the travel aspect of the Scillies in the next week or so!

  23. 8th October 2018 / 10:28 am

    Those beaches are just utterly charming! I’m hearing such amazing things about this corner of the UK and really must visit soon! I wonder what it’s like in winter?

    Thanks for linking up to #fearlessfamtrav

    • smudgedpostcard
      8th October 2018 / 12:34 pm

      Well, I’ve seen a few hotels I wouldn’t mind staying in during wintertime, I bet it would be great fun!

  24. 10th October 2018 / 9:03 pm

    I love this post. We loved Isles of Scilly when we visited! We stayed on St Martins and I loved everything about it – the beaches, the water sports and the slow pace of life. I have to go back one day!!!!

    • smudgedpostcard
      11th October 2018 / 11:27 am

      I remember reading your review. We visited Karma for a cuppa and ice cream. St Martins is fantastic, my brother is already planning a return trip so he can stay on that island.

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