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.
Discover the best of the South West with our guide to the top 20 Cornwall attractions. From natural landmarks including fairytale castles perched atop tidal islands and those of Arthurian legend, to miniature steam railways and attraction parks for all the family, Cornwall has something for everyone.
The countdown is on. Your dream holiday to the golden sands and turquoise waters of Cornwall is booked! Now that you’ve chosen one of our holiday cottages, hotels, B&Bs or holiday parks, it will soon be time to start packing and getting those last-minute essentials together.
Cornwall offers a unique charm in every season, with spring, in particular, providing the perfect balance of mild days, beautiful sights and fewer crowds - it’s a perfect May half-term holiday destination.
Find out where your nearest Easter event is this year. All across Cornwall you will find exciting family events including Easter egg hunts, craft fairs and lots of fun and games. Read our guide to find out more details.
Situated on the Lizard Peninsula, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the seaside village of Mullion enjoys one of Cornwall’s most impressive landscapes. Wander the breathtaking South West Coast Path and admire the dramatic cliffs shaped by the Atlantic Ocean, lay out a picnic blanket on one of the sandy beaches, try your hand at fishing or some water sports, and dine out on fresh, local seafood in one of the fantastic restaurants. Discover some of our favourite places which make this village so unique with our local’s guide to Mullion.
Steeped in history, the charming town of Penryn is a fantastic choice for your next Cornish holiday. Quieter than its famous neighbour, Falmouth, there is a labyrinth of olde-worlde cobbled streets to explore, beautiful scenery to take in, a thriving art community to discover and friendly locals to meet. Discover some of our favourite places which make this town so unique with our local’s guide to Penryn.
Saltash is generally the first and last place you encounter on a trip to Cornwall; being located on the western banks of the River Tamar it is found right on the county’s natural border with Devon.
Surrounded by historic tin mines, windswept moors, sandy beaches and some of the county's finest scenery, the lively Cornish town of Camborne provides an excellent base from which to discover West Cornwall. Discover some of the fascinating places which make this bustling town so unique with our local’s guide to Camborne.
Perched on the estuary, opposite the pretty village of Polruan, you’ll discover Fowey – a town with a mix of stylish cafes and old-fashioned fisherman’s cottages.
The pretty fishing village of Coverack is a dream destination. With a stone-walled harbour and a crescent-shaped shingle and sand bay, it makes the perfect holiday for all the family.
Cornwall is one of the most diverse counties in the whole of the UK with everything ranging from fantastic beaches all the way to the most modern of tourist attractions. Our guide to things to do in the county covers all grounds, from beaches, to attractions, via the history.
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