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Dog Walks in and Around Newquay Things to do

Dog Walks in and Around Newquay

Autumn is the best time of year for the dog lovers amongst us. Newquay benefits from many dog friendly beaches all year round,

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Beauty Spots in Newquay Places to visit

Beauty Spots in Newquay

For those seeking somewhere to sit, stroll, picnic or simply swoon at the view, Newquay provides an endless and exquisite array of options. But beyond the famous Fistral Beach and sprawling sands fringing the town itself, Newquay boasts a plethora

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South West Coast Path Places to visit

South West Coast Path

Wherever you happen to be staying in Cornwall, you’ll never be more than sixteen miles from the sea. Let’s face it, that’s probably why you’re here, as our beaches are some of the best you’ll find anywhere. It also means

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Dog Friendly St Ives Things to do

Dog Friendly St Ives

As a dog-lover, I especially enjoy treating my hound to a little holiday – and as one of Cornwall’s most dog-loving, visitor-centric seaside towns, St Ives is the perfect place to take the pooch. From beaches to the rural interior,

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Five reasons to visit Cornwall this winter… Things to do

Five reasons to visit Cornwall this winter…

Anyone who lives in Cornwall will be able to tell you that there is a myriad of reasons to visit during the winter months. The streets are quiet, the beaches empty, and you get a sense of the ‘real’ Cornwall

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Get outdoors in Cornwall this summer Things to do

Get outdoors in Cornwall this summer

Ah – the great outdoors. And nowhere does it quite like we do here in Cornwall. Sublime seascapes, majestic moorlands, rambling countryside and picturesque rivers…the county is awash with world-class landscapes that make a visit to the far reaches of

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Get back to nature in South Cornwall Places to visit

Get back to nature in South Cornwall

For back-to-nature escapism of the most magnificent variety, South Cornwall has it covered in truly sublime style. Subtropical gardens, captivating countryside and a world-famous coastline ensures a relaxing stay replete with the awe-inspiring outdoors, whether you simply wish to kick

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Foraging in Cornwall with Rachel Lambert Things to do

Foraging in Cornwall with Rachel Lambert

Foraging in Cornwall is an up and coming trend, with more and more people intrigued by the huge variety of Cornish plants around our coastline that can be picked and used in their next culinary experiments. Lots of people are

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Days out on The Lizard Things to do

Days out on The Lizard

The Lizard Peninsula is a beautiful place full of hidden corners, stormy coves and panoramic views. Stroll along the coastal path and make your own discoveries, or visit one of the places that we have found nearby… Roskilly’s Farm, St

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A walk through Tehidy Woods Things to do

A walk through Tehidy Woods

If you fancy a stroll in the woods to escape from the Cornish coast for an afternoon, then Tehidy Woods is a must! It’s the largest area of woodland in Cornwall, and located on the north coast between Gwithian and

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A circular walk from Porthtowan to St Agnes Things to do

A circular walk from Porthtowan to St Agnes

This is a really interesting and varied walk to do as it takes in many different examples of Cornish scenery and landscape. It’s not for the faint-hearted – there are some hills to be conquered and, depending on which route

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Coastal path walk from St Ives to Zennor Things to do

Coastal path walk from St Ives to Zennor

This part of the famous South West Coastal Path is truly beautiful, with amazing sea views the entire way along. It is highly recommended if you enjoy walking, but this stretch can be quite tricky in places, with slippery muddy

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