Things to do in Cornwall
Choose a holiday in Cornwall and you’ll be spoilt by breathtaking scenery, endless sea views, sandy beaches and turquoise waters. It’s not all about summer holidays though, Cornwall is equally beautiful on those rainy days; take the opportunity to explore famous attractions, wave watch or enjoy a wintry walk followed by a scrumptious hot chocolate.
Cornwall is renowned for its beautiful beaches and turquoise waters. With a variety of golden sandy beaches, small pebbly coves, surfing hotspots and dog-friendly beaches, there’s something for everyone.
With over 300 miles of coastline to be explored, Cornwall is a walker’s paradise. Ramble along the rugged coastal paths, admiring the endless sea views and Cornish wildlife.
During your holiday in Cornwall, you’re likely to head to the shops to purchase some Cornish goods. Along quaint cobbled streets you’ll find harbourside shops selling an array of artwork, handcrafted items, Cornish products and more to purchase and take home with you.
Inspired by the landscape and beautiful environment, artists have flourished in Cornwall for centuries. Today, Cornish artwork can be enjoyed in various locations in Cornwall, including the Tate Modern in St Ives, Newlyn Art Gallery and many smaller galleries and shops in coastal towns including Falmouth, Newquay, Bude and Mevagissey. Why not take a look at our blog for some inspiration on which galleries to visit during your stay?
Food and Drink
No visit to Cornwall is complete without a pasty and a cream tea! Alongside these Cornish essentials, there are Cornish delights aplenty to be sampled; from freshly caught fish to Cornish gin. With so many independent eateries up and down the county, you’ll be spoilt for choice