Spend your family holiday on the beach this summer and enjoy the laid-back coastal lifestyle in Falmouth
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.
Children to entertain this February half term? Cornwall is home to some 60 plus museums of all shapes and sizes. Here’s a run down of our favourite museums, plus what’s on at each over during the holidays.
Just a ten minute drive along the winding coast road from Widemouth Bay is Bude – a surprise gem of a town. Join us on our walk through.
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.
The world pasty championships, seal pups and high-adrenaline watersports. You won’t be stuck for ideas, things to do and places to go in Cornwall this spring. Here’s our pick of the bunch…
There’s more to the beautiful and popular north-coast beach and village of Mawgan Porth than first meets the eye. Beach Retreats dig a little deeper…
From the birthplace of King Arthur to Henry VIII’s chain of formidable fortresses, a world-famous 12th-century island fortification to striking ancient strongholds, take a trip back in time with some […]
There’s a slight ‘Brigadoon’ quality to Boconnoc – like the mythical Scottish village, some days you can see it, most you can’t as it’s open to the public on Sundays […]
If you like your history a little more raw and unstructured, Cornwall has lots to offer. The less well-populated nature of the county means there are still many wild, remote […]
These days it’s tourism that makes Cornwall’s economy tick, but in the 19th century mining was where fortunes were made in this county. So much of the landscape has been […]
If you’ve only set aside one day of your break for Cornish history, Cotehele is a good choice. This rambling fortified manor house is a bit of an architectural jumble, […]