Cornwall’s Coastline and Waters

Relaxing by Cornwall’s coastline and crystal clear waters has to be the highlight of any seaside holiday and essential for anyone seeking a new adventure. With over 60 water sport schools across Cornwall offering lessons and equipment hire in surfing, kayaking, coasteering, paddle boarding and much more, it’s the perfect opportunity to take advantage of …read more ›

Bodmin Moor

  The beautiful and rugged Bodmin Moor has always been shrouded in mystery with tales of romance, smugglers, fairies and beasts drawing people in search of their own adventure. The original Poldark country, Bodmin Moor remains as beautiful, untouched and wild as it always was. Moorland ponies roam wild and free. Cattle, sheep and deer can be found grazing …read more ›

Foodie Cornwall

It is often said that no visit to Cornwall would be complete without trying some of its iconic treats: A Cornish pasty, a cream tea topped with Rodda’s clotted cream or a freshly baked saffron bun to name but a few. While these treats are a delicious part of Cornwall’s food and drink scene, why …read more ›

The Cornish Coasts

It is thought that wherever you are in Cornwall, you are never more than 17 miles from the nearest beach. With over three hundred stunning beaches to choose from, we are truly spoilt for choice when it comes to finding Cornwall’s best beaches. Our fantastic location in the southwest means that not only do we …read more ›