Inhale the sea spray from stretching coastlines. Feel your heart thud amongst dancing waves. Watch scarlet sunsets light up the horizon. North Cornwall is a groundswell of energy, its status legendary from its world-famous surf to its enviable cuisine.
Take it slow with craft shops and cafes or take on a challenging stretch of the coastal path – you choose the pace on a self catering holiday in Boscastle.
Bude is an overlooked gem on Cornwall’s far north coast. With its two beaches and varied outdoor activities, it’s a perfect family holiday spot.
There’s more to Newquay’s Fistral Beach than being the UK’s surf capital. Inspiring eateries are luring a new type of visitor to Newquay’s shores, including Rick Stein.Find out more
Home to the BBC One Poldark series, Holywell Bay is a golden sandy beach, backed by dunes and the famous Gull Rocks.
Explore the foodie lover’s paradise of Padstow, where harbourside days and fine-dining nights await.Find out more
Between sand dunes and cliffs lies a bustling village with shops and restaurants. Dine at waterfront restaurants and Cornish pubs.
Arguably Cornwall’s most famous fishing village, retaining traditional charm. A self-catering holiday in the picturesque harbour is just what the doctor ordered.
Located on the north Cornwall coast between Padstow and Watergate Bay, with a stunning beach and walk nearby. This small village is full of charm.Find out more
Follow the mine chimney stacks down the coastline from St Agnes to Porthtowan – a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Blue Flag beach.
Take on a family surf lesson. Walk the coast path to Porthtowan. Sit on the harbour wall with a bag of delicious fish and chips and watch the ebb and flow of the tide.
Think tin mines, fishing boats, four uniquely different beaches and plenty of places to eat, drink and shop. A lively village off the beaten track.Find out more
Picturesque Trevone is a north Cornish coast classic. Flanked by high sea cliffs, holidays in Trevone Bay offers inspirational coastal and countryside scenery with a wide expanse of golden sand.
Which is more legendary at Watergate Bay: the spectacular sunsets, its reputation for fine dining and cool bars, or its watersporting credentials?
Located a few miles south of Bude on Cornwall's north coast, Widemouth's small village and beach remains ruggedly unspoilt.