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Visit Cornwall for February Half Term

Explore empty beaches and watch huge Atlantic storms before retreating to a pub fire.

Storm watching

Feel the spray and brute force of the Atlantic from the safety of Cornwall’s many vantage points on the coast – read more on the blog.

Cornish heritage

Get a taste of Cornwall’s rich and varied heritage by visiting one of many exotic gardens, Medieval castles, Victorian houses and Tudor mansions. Not forgetting our iconic tin-mining past. The National Trust is a good place to start.

Wet-weather attractions

February half-term in Cornwall minus the tantrums. Some suggestions include the Blue Reef Aquarium and Water World both in Newquay or one of the county’s award-winning museums.

Historic pubs with open fires

Swap the day’s tales inside while the weather beats down outside at one of our favourite pubs. Find thatch, exposed stone, low ceilings and a roaring open fire at Pandora Inn, Mylor Bridge, The Ship Inn, Porthleven and the Tinner’s Arms, Zennor.

Other ideas

Learn to surf with Extreme Academy (with hot showers) at Watergate Bay or ice skating at Eden Project

Watergate Bay in February