Hear how Holly from Beach Retreats got on during her stay at Chi An Mor in Widemouth Bay.
Make 2018 one to remember with our guide to amazing things to see and do throughout your visit.
Autumn is fast approaching, so get ahead of your Cornwall game with our top tips on things to see and do.
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.
When the swell is on in Cornwall we’re the first to grab our boards and hit the surf. But what happens when the swell goes flat? One thing you wont be is bored. Here’s our favourite water-based things to do.
A surfers’ haven with beautiful coastal walks to nearby Damer Bay and Rock, Polzeath is a small village situated across the Camel Estuary waters from Padstow.
Fancy a surf lesson whilst on holiday in Mawgan Porth, look no further than Kingsurf Surf School. Kingsurf Surf School has operated at Mawgan Porth, Newquay, Cornwall, as a B.S.A. approved surf school for 11 […]
We are often asked about fitness classes and activities around Cornwall. Although you are on holiday and indulging in some much needed rest and relaxation there are plenty of ways […]
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 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 […]