The county of Cornwall is the southwest peninsula of the UK.
With breath-taking beauty at every turn, there really is no better place to take a holiday in England. With stunning beaches resembling the Caribbean on sunny days and historic ports along the coastline, there is so much to discover. Famous for its stories of Pirates and shipwrecks, to witches and Cornish fairy tales, there’s something for all the family to enjoy. Have an ice cream while you watch the fishing boats come in at Padstow Harbour or catch a ferry across to Rock. Listening to Fisherman’s Friends singing in the pretty harbour of Port Isaac whilst enjoying a glass of wine, Cornwall really is one of the most beautiful places to visit in the UK.
A famous fishing harbour with activities fit for everyone’s tastes. Padstow is a town that can satisfy one’s desire to pursue a more relaxed holiday, drifting in and out of the many shops, restaurants and pubs situated within the town. Padstow can also satiate the hunger to experience a thrill, with local speedboating facilities making for an exciting activity for the more adventurous.
Located on the eastern shore of the camel estuary and a short ferry ride from Padstow, Rock is deservedly known amongst the locals as one of the most beautiful places in Cornwall. Made up of breath-taking beach scenery and several well-known restaurants, Rock is a place of leisure and pleasure.
Built around a historic harbour, Port Isaac also serves as a beach with countless costal paths, suited perfectly towards those who desire to take a closer peak of Cornwall’s horizon. Renown for providing the scenery for Fishermen’s Friends and the hit TV series Doc Martin, Port Isaac was made to be enjoyed.
An unspoilt cover facing the Atlantic Ocean, Port Quin sits in a deep rocky inlet between Port Isaac and Polzeath. Known for its costal path walks, Port Quin is a hidden gem in the Cornish landscape, with unspoilt nature and coastal views made to be seen in person.
Known for its family-safe sandy beach and seasonal lifeguard cover, Polzeath has surf that meets the needs of those hoping to develop their water sport skills, with Surf Schools trained at supporting beginners. Polzeath also offers those seeking to purchase a token of their travels with various small businesses and galleries, filled with beautiful, handcrafted jewellery and artwork made to inspire another trip.
Daymer Bay beach is situated in the mouth of the Camel Estuary on the North Coast of Cornwall, formed by a gentle slope and sheltered from the harsher weathers. Daymer Bay beach is suited to those looking to take a dip in the cool, blue sea and is dog friendly, with dogs allowed all year round.
A small village on the North Coast of Cornwall, Harlyn is situated inland from the beautiful beach of Harlyn Bay. Known for its family friendly activities including rock pooling, sand dunes and surf school, Harlyn makes for a great day out for the whole family, including dogs that are allowed all year round.
Circular walks around Port Isaac
Port Gaverne to Barretts Zawn
Port Quin to Port Isaac
Port Quin to Lundy Bay
Lundy Bay walk, near New Polzeath
The Coastal path around the Camel estuary is one of Cornwall’s most well-known areas. With a transition of comparatively soft estuary to the wild rocks of Pentire Point, making the time for a walk along any point of the Camel trail means a striking experience and a long-lasting impression of the endless beauty of Cornwall.
Tintagel to Boscastle harbour
Though the path between Tintagel and Boscastle Harbour is steep and at times strenuous, the views are well worth the effort. Suited to those looking to get active and engage themselves with an exhilarating experience, this walk can enable you to connect with nature in a hands-on approach.
Cornwall is renowned for having some of the top restaurants in the country hosted by Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw and Paul Ainsworth to name a few.
Locally caught seafood, indulgent Cornish Cream Teas or the mighty Cornish Pasty are readily available from nearby cafes or local country pubs –
Cornwall is a fantastic haven for children as there is something for everyone, including cycling, water sports, theme parks, fishing, horse-riding and more.
St Pirans Day
Looe Blues Rhythm & Rock Festival
CGS Spring Flower Show
St Endellion Easter Music Festival
Padstow Hobby Hoss Festival
Run to the Sun
Perranporth Tunes in the Dunes
Royal Cornwall Show
Port Levern Food Festival
Eden Project Concerts
Rock Oyster Festival
Fowey Royal Regatta
Boardmasters music festival
St Ives Festival
Ice skating at The Eden Project
Padstow Christmas Festival
Truro City of Lights
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