These family-friendly beach cafés and restaurants serve up the likes of smoothies, superfoods, share platters and seafood beside the waves…
Here are some of our favourite ways to enjoy the sea when we’re not surfing…
Follow our journey as we set the new record for most Cornish beaches visited in one day on 21 June 2018.
At Beach Retreats we aim to set the record of most Cornish beaches visited in one day, while fundraising for the South West Coast Path.
Relax, you’re on holiday! Let Angels in the Kitchen bring the restaurant to you with event catering and private chef hire.
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to fantastic events to choose from in Cornwall throughout 2018. Here’s some inspiration for your diary.
A walk along one of Cornwall’s best Blue Flag beaches towards the seaside town of St Ives.
We explored the beautiful village of St Ives, wandering winding cobbled streets, strolling along soft golden sands and stumbling across hidden sculptures.
No matter where you’ve jumped in the sea in Cornwall, you’ll find a laid-back joint to refuel and tell tales of the waves you caught afterwards. Here are our top five surf cafes in Cornwall. After all, you’ve earnt it.
From wood-fired hideaways to Michelin-starred seafood joints, here’s our pick of north Cornwall’s best restaurants. Bring your appetite with you on holiday.
We asked our social followers to name their favourite Cornish beach and were overwhelmed with your response. Here’s what you had to say.
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).