St Piran's Day (Cornish: Gool Peran) is the national day of Cornwall, held on 5 March. The day is named after one of the patron saints of Cornwall, Saint Piran, who is also the patron saint of tin miners.
A circular walk from Holywell Bay along the rugged coastline to Perran Beach and across the dunes to the Dark Ages relics of St Piran's Oratory, Church and Cross, returning via the Penhale Sands nature reserve which is carpeted in cowslips during spring.
The Cornish tartan reflects the colours of Cornwall Gold represents the Celtic Kings of Cornwall Grey represents the white tin that's smelted from the black ore in Cornwall Blue represents the sea of the Cornish coastline Black and white re
A circular walk from Cubert's Celtic churchyard through the cowslip meadows of the Penhale Sands nature reserve and on paths lined with wildflowers along the river valley to reach St Pirans Round - the remains of the mediaeval amphitheatre.