Discover Cornwall

North Cornwall beachesThere is so much to do, see and explore in Cornwall. The dramatic coastline stretching nearly 300 miles where you can find spectacular beaches, golden sandy bays and captivating fishing harbours.


The Atlantic coast stretches for over 40 miles from Bude to Perranporth along a wildly beautiful landscape where towns and villages huddle in the cliffs. Ideal for thrill seekers, who like to get active in and out of the water!  Mile wide bays are popular with surfers and families. You can visit sensational beaches, picturesque harbours and dramatic cliff tops. Try out the Camel Trail, Tintagel Castle. Try activities from gentle beachcombing to adrenalin fuelled activities like
kite surfing.


Here you will find smugglers’ caves, golden beaches, historic mining settlements, surf spots, boat trips harbour towns and dramatic coastal scenery, an unforgettable visit to The Minack Theatre, St Michael’s Mount, The Lizard and Lands’ End, all ideal for some craft shopping and a cream tea (or two), and enjoy the breath-taking views.


South Cornwall is full of contrasts and surprises! Here you will see hills that roll down to the shoreline sandy coves and bays. Beautiful landscapes where the sea is framed by white-washed fishing villages.  Harbour towns and sub-tropical gardens. Visit the pretty village of Fowey and amble round the old town enjoying the Medieval and Georgian buildings offering gifts, artwork, clothing and books for sale.

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