Treat yourself to a bone fide sand-between-the-toes experience with Newquay’s renowned surf and music festival, Boardmasters, which runs from 9th-13th August and looks set to deliver an electrifying schedule of not-to-be-missed entertainment.
North Cornwall’s coveted holiday hotspot gains much of its popular status from one particular thing: its beaches.
Bude’s top tally of sublime coastal spaces allows its visitors to bask in the beachiest of holidays, allowing everyone to spend some glorious
Cornwall is world-renowned for its surf breaks – and Bude is no exception, offering everyone from the complete novice to the accomplished surfer an experience guaranteed to gift you that unique buzz that only riding waves can.
So whether you
It’s a strange truth that whenever St Ives locals travel and visit a beach elsewhere, they always find something wrong with it. That’s because the beaches they are used to are simply magnificent. Another great positive is that each beach
St Ives is classed by many visitors to Cornwall as a ‘must do’ – and with its cobbled streets, seaside location and array of beaches it’s easy to see why. For the surfer visiting St Ives, however, the highlight and
There’s nothing quite like bracing the fresh air and gallivanting amongst some of the natural world’s most stunning spaces – and one of the best things about Bude is its abundance of outdoorsy offerings.
From an offshore island to an
Porthleven is a beautiful fishing village near Helston renowned for its picturesque setting and Cornish feel. However, for many people, Porthleven is known as the best surfing venue in West Cornwall. Many great, award-winning surfers have learned their trade on
Praa Sands is the premier surfing beach on the south coast of Cornwall. Situated between Porthleven and Marazion, Praa Sands is a lovely village in a beach side location. The beach itself is a mile long with golden sands flanked
Let’s face it – when it comes to holidaying in Cornwall, it really is one of those destinations where the phrase “the best things in life are free” actually rings true.
As a minority-status-boasting, almost-island like distinct nation in the
When you think of Cornwall what are the first things to spring to mind? Pasties, cream teas and seagulls, or sun, sea and surf? If it’s the latter then it sounds like you need to indulge your inner surfer in
Porthtowan; a sandy beach backed by small sand dunes on the North Cornwall coast and the perfect location for a surfing holiday in Cornwall. At low tide Porthtowan is a long sandy beach that sometimes (on a spring low tide)