Surfing is as Cornish as the pasty – it’s a fact. Find out where the best beginner's surf beaches are and catch some waves!
Cornwall is a haven for wildlife watchers, where the diverse landscape of countryside and coast is home to many creatures.
A popular sailing destination on the rugged north coast of Cornwall, Rock is home to some fabulous sandy beaches as well as amazing coastal walking, water sports and cycle routes.
No summer holiday would be complete without catching a perfect sunset (or sunrise, if you’re that way inclined).
Discover the beautiful coastal town of St Mawes out on the remote Roseland Peninsula. With views across to Falmouth and stunning walking routes and beaches, this lovely destination is the perfect place to retreat to for peace and tranquillity. Stay in one of our holiday cottages in St Mawes for a relaxing getaway in Cornwall.
A popular surfing destination on the beautiful south coast of Cornwall, Praa Sands is home to a fabulous white sandy beach as well as amazing coastal walking, water sports and excellent seafood restaurants
When visiting the Cornish coast and countryside, a brewery or distillery tour should definitely make the short list of things to do during your stay.
Feeling lucky? We’ve teamed up with Skinner’s Brewery in Cornwall to celebrate the launch of their tasty new lager, Towans.
In search of the ultimate family-friendly cottage in Cornwall for your half-term getaway?
If you were to ask your average non-surfer where the most popular place to catch a wave in England was, most would tell you that it’s somewhere in Cornwall. The most south-westerly county is indeed the most popular destination for surfers – whether you are a novice or a hardened pro. The North Cornwall coast has the full force of the Atlantic Ocean to thank for its power pack of briny rollers.
From surfing the fantastic waves that roll off the Atlantic to exploring the exotic Eden Project to tasting the iconic Cornish pasty, we’ve put together your ultimate summer bucket list. You may never be finished exploring all the fantastic attractions and natural places in Cornwall but your can give it a try.
Situated in the heart of South East Cornwall at the head of the scenic Looe Valley, the ancient stannary market town of Liskeard is enveloped in natural beauty. The vast rugged expanse of Bodmin Moor with its intriguing rock formations and mining heritage lies to the north, while the pristine sands, secluded coves and quaint fishing villages of the Polperro Heritage Coast lie to the south.
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