As the UK’s longest Natural Trail, the South West Coast Path provides stunning scenery and an opportunity like no other to stretch your legs.
Our handpicked selection of things to do, places to visit and sights to see in Cornwall.
Cornwall has everything. Jaw-dropping coastline, immaculate Blue Flag beach, crisp countryside and characterful harbour towns — as well as your pick of fun-fuelled, all-action family days out.
Whether you’re grabbing the surfboard and heading to the waves at Fistral beach or just having a leisurely afternoon stroll along Mawgan Porth’s dog-friendly sands, you can truly take it at your own pace.
Cornwall’s 250 miles of unspoiled coastline boasts over 300 breathtaking beaches. Its North Coast, in particular, has a well-earned reputation for white water wave riding.
Visiting the splendid surroundings of Cornwall? Whether you live in the UK or you’re arriving from overseas, take a look at this mini Padstow travelogue from an American visitor.
Cornwall’s reputation for good food is beyond doubt, and Padstow is arguably the region’s cuisine capital — so furry family members don’t want to miss out!
Cornwall’s reputation for world-class beaches precedes it, but a seaside trip is not complete without our furry friends. Let’s take stock of the best spots to explore on two and four legs this summer!
Explore our collection of the best restaurants near Newquay.
As one of the most iconic locations globally, Cornwall is a fantastic place to visit, no matter the weather.
Cornwall is well-known for its dramatic coastline and features. Here's our pick of the best Coastal walks in the area.
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