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Top 25 things to do on holiday in Cornwall

Top 25 things to do on holiday in Cornwall

That feeling as you’re heading home from your coastal getaway is mixed.

On one hand you’re relaxed and content but on the other you feel regret. You’re not 100% sure you saw all the best bits of Cornwall during your stay. What little gems did you miss? What will you wish you’d done when you get home? Could you have fitted more in and still enjoy[… read more]

There’s more to Cornwall than beaches

There’s more to Cornwall than beaches

You know about the sandy beaches, the rugged coast paths and the stunning sunsets over the Atlantic, but you might not know about these other seven features that help make Cornwall the UK’s top holiday destination.

There’s more to Cornwall than beaches…
7. The food
Cornwall is fast becoming the foodie capital of the country, with celebrity c[… read more]

Three beaches, one walk

Three beaches, one walk

Take the winding sandy road down to Treyarnon Bay and you’re faced with a vast expanse of white sand and a turquoise blue ocean. It can be tempting to simply hit the beach, get horizontal and read a book. But turn your head just a little and you’ll discover a wonderful coastal walk from Treyarnon Bay that takes in some of Cornwall’s most beautiful [… read more]
Why kids love Cornwall

Why kids love Cornwall

Which holidays do you remember from your childhood? People often treasure those that you least expect. The one where they built a huge sandcastle with seashells as windows…. Or the one where they had ice-cream for lunch every day. Or where they jumped a mile when that weird fish in a rockpool made them jump. These are just some of the reasons why[… read more]
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Things to do in Cornwall in Autumn

Autumn is the perfect time to visit Cornwall. The buzz of crowded Summer beaches has gone.The county breathes a contented sigh as it moves into a new season at a gentler pace. Here is our round-up of the best things to do in Cornwall in Autumn, whether you’re looking for new experiences, peace and quiet, or adventure.If you’re inspired to visi[… read more]
19 photos that will make you want to come to Cornwall

19 photos that will make you want to come to Cornwall

As soon as the suitcases are unpacked and the tan lines fade, the holiday soon becomes a distant memory. But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy reminiscing and dreaming of your next escape to the caost. Grab a quick cuppa and take five minutes to browse through these stunning photos that will make you want to come to Cornwall. Right now (don’t say y[… read more]
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Cornwall’s best woodland walks

“There is no wifi in the forest but we promise you will find a better connection.”Getting outdoors and reconnecting with nature is one of the best ways to recharge your batteries and give yourself a break from the constant distractions of modern life.Daily interruptions from phone alerts, social media notifications and emails mean that we never get[… read more]
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11 picturesque Cornish villages you’ll want to visit

Cornwall is well-known for its beaches, its award-winning food and its stunning coastline, but it is also home to some of the most picturesque fishing villages in the country.See some of our favourites below and start planning your visit so you can tick every one off your bucket list during your stay.Download your own checklist here (no optin requi[… read more]
Three natural wonders of Cornwall you'll want to visit (but many don't)

Three natural wonders of Cornwall you’ll want to visit (but many don’t)

Some of Cornwall’s hidden secret gems…

More than four million people visit Cornwall every year to enjoy the sandy shores, beautiful scenery and the natural environment – they paddle in the sea, build sandcastles, enjoy clotted cream ice-cream and breathe the sea air.

But are they seeing the best that the county has to offer?  Are they exper[… read more]

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Rainy Day Activities for Kids in Cornwall

Good reasons to go out in the rain . . .From a young age we’re often encouraged to stay indoors if it’s raining.”You can’t go out in that! You’ll catch a chill!”But spending time in nature, in all weathers, has plenty of benefits.Rain is good for your body:Raindrops contain loads of negative ions, which help clear the air of bacteria, pollen, mould[… read more]

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