Discover a county steeped in mystery and immense beauty. A laid back place like no other.
Cornwall has something for every age group and is the perfect destination for families, couples and solo travellers. For walkers, surfers, foodies, beach lovers and nature lovers Cornwall truly is the place to be.
30% of Cornwall is a designated AONB (area of outstanding natural beauty) so its not hard to see why people come to the area year in year out. The county ranges from rugged moorland at its heart to quaint fishing villages and mountainous 200ft+ cliffs. Whilst in Cornwall you can also visit the UK’s most southerly point on The Lizard as well as the UK’s most westerly point at Lands End.
The rugged North Coast (which we are proud to call home) is known for its dramatic clifftop scenery and incredible surf beaches, while the tranquil South Coast has lush sub-tropical gardens and fantastic sailing waters resulting in plants and wildlife not seen anywhere else in the UK.
Thanks to its position on the eastern edge of the Gulf Stream and the most southern county in the UK, the county enjoys one of the mildest climates in the country – perfect for both summer and winter getaways!
- Walking the great South West Coast Path – England longest way-marked national trail which surrounds the entire coast of Cornwall and beyond
- Visiting the world famous Eden Project biomes- Home to the largest indoor rainforest in the world with over 1,000 varieties of plants.
- Eating Local Produce – Cornwall is famed for its high quality ingredients which range from some of the best seafood stock in the country to the humble Cornish pasty. Couple this with a visit to any of the numerous restaurants run by Celebrity chefs (Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth & Nathan Outlaw to name a few) for a winning combination.
- Visiting some of the best beaches in the country – Cornwall has the longest coastline in Britain at 422 miles long and has over 300 beaches and coves some of which are regarded as some of the best in the UK.