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Praa Sands beach clean! News and Offers

Praa Sands beach clean!

Cornwall is blessed with stunning coastline and iconic beaches that captivate both visitors and locals alike. Unfortunately, plastic pollution, particularly coastal pollution, continues to be a worldwide problem. With the G7 held in Cornwall in June 2021 and its emphasis on climate change, it’s more important than ever that we protect our environment.

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Our Mullion office is now open! News and Offers

Our Mullion office is now open!

We are absolutely thrilled to announce the opening of our new office in the beautiful village of Mullion on the Lizard Peninsula.

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The most scenic drives in Cornwall  Places to visit

The most scenic drives in Cornwall 

Road trip, anyone? Whether you fancy taking the scenic route to your holiday home, admiring a range of scenery from the comfort of your car, or embarking upon a rainy day excursion, Cornwall is chock with pretty places perfect for a drive-by.

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Seal spotting: our guide to ‘watching seals well’ Things to do

Seal spotting: our guide to ‘watching seals well’

The south west’s beautiful coastline is one of our nation’s most treasured natural spaces. Whether walking along the coastpath or being on or in the water itself, it is a place of connection - with nature, each other, and with ourselves.

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Walks in and around Port Isaac Things to do

Walks in and around Port Isaac

Port Isaac presents a picture-postcard waterside idyll - a harbourside haven of the most enchanting kind. But beyond the picturesque port with its whitewashed cottages and quaintly cobbled streets, there’s a network of both hidden and well-trudged paths that will

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Things to do on The Lizard Things to do

Things to do on The Lizard

You might have come for Kynance. But once you’ve lapped up the jaw-dropping views and explored the sea caves, you’ll discover that the Lizard Peninsula presents so much more to visitors.

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Sustainable Cornish Fashion Arts and Culture

Sustainable Cornish Fashion

You may have been under the impression that fashion is yet to find Cornwall, and you wouldn’t be wrong. The absence of conventional fast fashion brands and high street stores has allowed other small, local and totally sustainable businesses to flourish and establish themselves loudly and proudly.

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Cornish engine houses to visit Places to visit

Cornish engine houses to visit

Cornwall’s mining heritage isn’t just the cultural backbone of the county, but is globally recognised as an engineering tour de force and claims status as the UK’s largest industrial UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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A day out with Go eBike Hire Things to do

A day out with Go eBike Hire

We were recently lucky enough to be invited to try out Go eBike Hire’s new electric bike hire. Our friends at Global Boarders have started hiring eBikes from their base in Gwithian, at Sunset Surf Café and we couldn’t be more excited for them!

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10 of the best beer gardens in Cornwall Food and Drink

10 of the best beer gardens in Cornwall

We know, we know – you come to Cornwall for the beach. But the beauty of the Duchy is that there’s so much more to enjoy. This includes a host of top-notch beer gardens set amongst some seriously swoon-worthy locations, because what could also be better than sinking a cool one outdoors in the company of to-die-for views or an uber relaxed atmosphere?

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10 of the most beautiful Cornish coves Places to visit

10 of the most beautiful Cornish coves

If it’s picture-postcard you seek, Cornwall has it in spades. The county is surrounded by ocean all sides but one, so if a spectacular cove is something you crave, then here you’ll find an almost-endless store of crystalline waters lapping pebble, sand and rocky outcrop that’ll make you feel as if you’re stepping into a work of art.

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Ancient sites in West Cornwall Places to visit

Ancient sites in West Cornwall

If ancient history is your bag, then you’ve come to the right place. West Cornwall has the highest concentration of ancient sites in Europe: standing stones, stone circles, quoits, barrows, fougus, wells, Bronze Age settlements and hill forts. Even the

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