We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again…we love dogs and dogs love Cornwall!
Set on the North Cornwall coast, Watergate Bay is one of the most popular places for holiday makers, and it’s easy to see why.
Fistral Beach needs no introduction – it is the famous UK surfing destination that attracts sportsmen from all over the World. But Fistral is much more than just a surfing spot, there is so much to do and see here so we’re going to tell you about just a few.
There’s a fresh energy in Porth… everyone seems to feel it. With the whole village looking towards the beach, you’ll have a great view no matter where you are.
It’s no surprise that Cornwall, flanked on three sides by lots and lots of water as it is, hosts a busy calendar of water sport competitions. There’s nothing like spending […]
The bay at Mawgan Porth ticks a lot of boxes when it comes to ideal family beach criteria. It has a stream running under a bridge, across the sand and […]
The National Trust owns big swathes of the Lizard Peninsula which means that any kind of development has been kept to a minimum. Time seems to move slower in this […]
As you follow twisty country lanes that seem to get narrower and narrower on your way to Porthcurno, you’ll realise that this beach is a little off the beaten track […]
The name Fistral is synonymous with surfing. This famous beach has a long-held surfing culture going back to the 1960s when surfing first became big news in Cornwall and Fistral […]
Don’t be fooled by the hint of a Victorian façade of the hotel at Watergate Bay – this beach is arguably the most imaginative and contemporary coastal playground in Cornwall. […]
Cornish beaches are synonymous with surfing. Any day the surf is above a foot or so you’ll see neoprene-clad folk heading for the waves armed with a surfboard. There’s no […]