Spring is coming, and do you know what that means? It means going out and enjoying the sun! At Cornwall you can do more than just walk around, even if this in itself is already a great thing to do. You can breathe in the cool spring breeze while taking in the sites of blooming
Cornwall is a BIG place. It is the UK’s second biggest county behind Yorkshire. It is also very long and thin with many different nooks and crannies to explore. Newquay and surrounding villages such as Porth, Crantock, Holywell Bay and Perranporth are great destinations for fantastic self-catering holidays in Cornwall
Cornwall has some of the best sea views in the UK, if not the world. The range of coastal scenery is simply stunning. From harbour views to beach vistas to cliff-top panoramas, visitors to Cornwall are spoilt for choice on spectacular places to take in the wonderful landscapes. There are plenty of sea view cottages in Cornwall that provide a great base to admire the coast and explore all that Cornwall has to offer.
If you love surfing as much as we do, then you are in luck. You can find some great waves to try out without having to travel outside of the country. When you go to Cornwall, you enter the surf centre of the UK, with many surf schools catering to those who want to try
Cornwall is the perfect destination for an active and adventure-filled holiday. Beyond the usual exciting water activities, you can also explore the breathtaking surroundings on two wheels. It is a quicker way to see the views compared to hiking, and biking can be very exhilarating. There are many places to rent a mountain bike if
With more than 400 miles of scenic coastline, hidden coves, sandy beaches, and oodles of good ol’ English heritage, Cornwall is one of the best places in the UK to go on a fabulous road trip. One of the reasons why Cornwall is the best destination for a driving holiday is that it doesn’t have
Cornwall is, without a doubt, a popular tourist destination, with its sandy beaches and waves perfect for surfing. Unfortunately, its popularity also means crowds during warm weather. So in your next trip to Cornwall, skip the tourist traps and head over to these lesser-known places instead. 1. Nanjizal Nanjizal is one of those secret areas
If you think that Stonehenge is the only collection of ancient stones in the UK, you would be surprised to find that Cornwall has quite a few. These are remnants of people who have inhabited the region from as early as 20,000 years ago during the early Stone Age. Back then, the ancients loved building
Cornwall is the area of the UK with the most dramatic and eclectic beaches suitable for all tastes. Along the North Cornwall coastline is the captivating fishing port town of Padstow. Many people base themselves in self-catering accommodation in Padstow to enjoy the fantastic restaurants and to explore many of the fine beaches nearby.
With its rugged landscape and the rough seas, Cornwall can be the perfect place for an adrenaline-filled adventure holiday. It is already the prime spot for surfers looking to ride huge waves, but actually, Cornwall has more to offer. There are loads of activities and adventure sports to try, plus loads of places to stay