Coastal Cornwall is an exceptional place to visit at least once in your life, however, when you''ve been once you will want to come back time and time again. If the delicious pasties and devilishly good cream teas don’t grab you the beaches certainly will. The mild climate and the clear waters make coastal Cornwall very appealing for a holiday in the UK.
The sub-tropical climate of Cornwall has led to the flourishing of many sub-tropical gardens such as those in Morrab and on St Michael’s Mount. If you tire of beach days with buckets, spades and windbreaks you can spend some time rock pooling for crabs, fishing for supper and the occasional mermaid’s curl and spotting dolphins off the coast.
The South West Coast Path curls around the rocky headlands of Cornwall leading the way for coastal walkers and taking them along headlands and out on rocky promontories for panoramas and a lung full of sea air.
Have a look at our coastal cottages, coastal B&Bs, coastal holiday parks and coastal hotels for a wide range of accommodation by the sea be it for a romantic escape for two or a family holiday by the sea.