Jump on in, the water’s lovely
October 9, 2015
You haven’t seen the real Cornwall until you’ve viewed it from the ocean. We jump in the water with Cornish Rock Tors.
There are hundreds of ways to explore Cornwall, but have you ever viewed our beautiful coastline from the sea itself?
Cornish Rock Tors offer a number of different perspectives, running water-based activities around Polzeath on Cornwall’s north coast and the Roseland Peninsula in the south east.
While some tours such as coasteering and rock climbing no doubt suit adrenaline junkies, others such as ecosteering, wild swimming and sea kayaking suit the more curious and reflective among us.
Similarly, the two different coastlines offer two distinctly different vibes. On the tranquil Roseland Peninsula the feeling of having escaped the crowds is very real; here it’s all about relaxed sea kayaking trips and wild swims across the crystal clear, lagoon-like waters. Meanwhile on the rugged north coast, it’s about drama and waves.
Whatever activity or coast floats your boat, you’ll experience an otherwise inaccessible stretch of the Cornish coast.
Cornish Rock Tors offer:
Coasteering: Jump, climb, scramble and swim around the coastline
Ecosteering: The trill of coasteering while learning about the versatile marine biology along the coast
Wild swimming: swimming in sheltered, secluded coves for all abilities
Rock climbing: scale the granite crags and cliffs of Cornwall
Sea kayaking: paddle to remote beaches, spot wildlife and explore beautiful, unspoiled scenery away from the crowds
Adventure weekends: Why pick just one activity?
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Cornish Rock Tors are based in Polzeath – a 40 minute drive from our properties at Watergate Bay, Porth and Fistral. Search and book your stay in Cornwall with Beach Retreats or check out our latest deals and offers.