A well-being trend that is popular with adrenaline junkies, families and adventurers alike. Uncover some of the best coastal and inland spots to go wild swimming.
A fantastic way to explore the Cornish coast! Here are our favourite places in Cornwall for both river and sea kayaking.
Embark on the ultimate adventure along the Cornish coast with one of these fantastic unique experiences. Discover the best coasteering spots for all ages!
Experience an authentic farm stay where you can enjoy activities such as feeding the lambs, watching the cows being milked, collecting eggs and pony rides…
A popular activity for water sports lovers and thrill-seekers in Cornwall, here are some of the most popular kitesurfing spots...
A dream destination for SUP lovers, we’ve uncovered some of the most beautiful paddleboarding spots...
Winter is a good of a time as any to explore Cornwall. Uncover the magic of visiting out of season with these inspiring winter activity ideas...
Autumn is a time to celebrate the macabre – think dressing up in scary costumes, carving pumpkins, and bingeing on horror films. But while many see the season as just a bit of fun, some of us want to get a bit closer to the paranormal… So where can you go to embrace the spirit of Halloween? We decided to find the UK’s most haunted city, based on four different ranking factors.
Cornwall isn’t just made up of picture-postcard beaches and wild countryside – it’s also home to a historic and thriving city that’s perfect for your next Cornish holiday.
Cornwall has long been used for the backdrop and location of several well-known films throughout the decades. From smaller productions to big blockbusters, the Cornish landscape has offered a spectacular range of films sets from the stunning shoreline shots of Newquay in the Pirates of the Caribbean series to the charming setting of Mevagissey in the hit comedy film Bad Education.
There are 41 Michelin star-emblazoned restaurants and cafes in Cornwall as of February 2020. With seafood a cornerstone of the local diet in Cornwall, it probably comes of no surprise that a huge proportion of the 41 restaurants with a star are specialists. Perhaps the most famous of all is the Padstow-based chef legend Rick Stein, who came to the village in the 1970s. Now his resta
With its breathtaking scenery, slower pace of life and relaxed atmosphere that feels a world away from the everyday, Cornwall is the perfect setting for a romantic getaway, if only for a dreamy long weekend. Wake up to the sound of the waves, enjoy breakfast in bed and visit some of the county’s most idyllic spots together.
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