Cornwall is teeming with grey seals, but in winter you might come across seal pups stranded on the coastline in difficulty.
Autumn is fast approaching, so get ahead of your Cornwall game with our top tips on things to see and do.
Spend your family holiday on the beach this summer and enjoy the laid-back coastal lifestyle in Falmouth
Discover traditional candle-making methods at north Cornwall’s farm based candle factory. See how the candles are made, have a go at candle-dipping.
Overlooking the Camel Estuary, Rick Stein’s Cookery School is the perfect place to learn how to cook seafood with Stein’s leading chefs.
Discover the Lost Gardens of Heligan from a photographer’s perspective. Wander ancient woodland paths and venture along raised boardwalks pass giant rhubarb and banana plantations.
Where else could you see an RAF Falcon display, edible bug eating and sheep shearing? At Cornwall’s largest annual event of course.
Here’s our pick of Cornish happenings over the next coming months, including walking challenges, good food events and the National SUP Championships.
A scenic rail line between Lelant and St Ives is the best way to visit one of Cornwall’s most picturesque seaside villages (and you beat the traffic and parking too).
Tolgus Tin Mill near Redruth is a unique survivor. We thought it was about time we familiarised ourselves with our county’s most renowned heritage.
Take a look round St. Austell Brewery with us.
Adrenaline Quarry, nr Liskeard, is an adventure park offering three rides: The Giant Swing, The Zip and Coasteering/The Blob. Yesterday we suited up and took on the challenge of coasteering.