Cornwall’s foodie status is fast becoming world renowned, and it’s no real wonder why.
It boasts the freshest produce landed straight from the surrounding sea or harvested from our gorgeous green spaces; an eclectic assortment of artisan makers, producers and
I’m delighted to declare the return of Ross Poldark. Or, more specifically, the beautifully brooding presence of Aidan Turner who will be reprising his hugely popular role by gracing our screens weekly from 4th September – adding some welcome sunshine
In hot countries, stripping off to cool down in a body of water is normal. Jumping into lakes, rivers, the sea, is a refreshing and relaxing pastime to be enjoyed by all. You don’t need any specialist equipment, just a
Some of the most beautiful places in Cornwall are away from the main roads and the holiday traffic. If you want to experience them in style, with the flexibility to stop and stare a while, grab a bike and travel
If there’s anywhere in the world to embrace the winter weather in all of its wild glory, then the furthest western reaches of England isn’t too shabby a spot to do it.
With no less than three seas cradling Cornwall
We don’t boast minority status for nothing.
Fact is, Cornwall is a rare and unique breed of a place. We have our own language, flag, patron saint, national anthem, food, folklore and customs; not to mention, some of the most
There are lots of magical places to visit in Cornwall, but the most exotic one has to be the Isles of Scilly. An archipelago of five main islands and hundreds of smaller uninhabited islets and rocky outcrops, its status as