Cornwall has some amazing places to explore by train. Check out this guide for tips on where to go and what activities you can experience at each stop!
With its wild, rugged coast as a backdrop, Cornwall is well-recognised as being home to some of the finest golf courses in the country.
But with countless pretty fishing villages, historic houses and gardens and the stunning South West Coast Path to explore, there’s plenty to keep non-golfing companions happy too.
Visit Poldark’s Cornwall with our guide to the breathtaking filming locations used in the latest BBC adaptations of Winston Graham’s swashbuckling novels. Explore wild moors, windswept headlands and iconic mines and sink your toes into the pristine sands and turquoise waters of breathtaking beaches – all backed by the rugged coastline of Cornwall. Epic.
Here’s our guide to some of the best wildlife watching trips in Cornwall, where you can observe fascinating marine life such as sharks, whales and puffins, to name but a few.
From small romantic coves to family-friendly expanses of sand North Cornwall has some of the finest beaches in the country. With so many to choose from we’ve put together this handy guide to what we think are 5 of the best beaches in North Cornwall.
So, you’ve woken up on holiday, opened the curtains and it’s pouring with rain.
But don’t despair – rain needn’t stop play. We’ve got for you 24 brilliant ideas for things to do in Cornwall in the rain.