Gaze down on grey seal colonies from rugged cliff tops. Swim freely in the ocean’s silver swell. Stroll along paths lined with sea pinks which hug the coastline. West Cornwall tells its own unique tale through the ridges, nooks and rills of the cliffs which meet the expanse of sea.
White sand and turquoise water, flanked by green woodland. Carbis Bay with its Blue Flag status is the ideal location for families. St Ives is a 2 mile walk along the coast path.
With three miles of golden sands and the white powder beaches of Carbis Bay and St Ives just a stone’s throw away, it’s no surprise that Hayle is a popular spot.
An unspoilt fishing village, harbour and beach with real Cornish charm. Porthleven is a perfect self catering holiday destination with a growing reputation with foodies.Find out more
There’s something charmingly simplistic about Praa Sands. A long stretch of white beach with a cafe, surf school and a classic seaside shop selling buckets and spades.
Experience Cornwall’s most westerly point. You’ll spot the huge blue rollers of the Atlantic well before you reach Sennen, one of the last villages before Land’s End.
Home to Britain’s most southerly point and the beautiful Kynance Cove, The Lizard is a secluded region of Cornwall that’s rich in wildlife and picturesque coves.Find out more