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 […]