Roseland Peninsula

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Coordinates: 50°10′N 5°00′W / 50.167°N 5°W / 50.167; -5

Roseland Peninsula is located in Cornwall
The Roseland peninsula shown within Cornwall

The Roseland Peninsula, or just Roseland, is a district of west Cornwall in the United Kingdom. Roseland is in the south of the county and contains the town of St Mawes and villages such as St Just in Roseland and Gerrans. It is a peninsula, separated from the rest of Cornwall by the River Fal (on the east is the English Channel).

There is some disagreement about where the peninsula begins and some include the village of Tregony in Roseland and others do not.