Why Cornwall is Unique

You can fall in love with Cornwall any time of year. Each season in Cornwall offers something not only unique but also mesmerising. Cornwall is a peninsula surrounded by the sometimes roaring and sometimes peaceful Atlantic Ocean. The coastline wraps around the lands for almost 300 miles. Each mile bringing its own special presence from the hidden fishing ports and harbours, dramatic cliffs and footpaths, to the breath-taking beaches and spectacular views that keep you mesmerised. Cornwall has become famous for its food. Famous chefs, gourmet restaurants, healthy beach cafes, award winning local food producers and some of the best seafood around has given every foodie a reason to visit Cornwall.

The Different Areas to Stay

Cornwall is a natural health and fitness playground with a mixture of water sports, picturesque coastal run routes, serene open water swim spots and fantastic climbing opportunities to name just a few. However, Cornwall offers far more surprises than you may have thought. Away from the coast is the captivating wilderness of Bodmin Moor. Serene walks, runs, climbs and trails that show prehistoric remains and beautiful wildlife.

North Cornwall

Countless golden beaches that stretch for miles along the coast, North Cornwall has become a hub for exciting extreme sports that range from coast steering, zap cat racing, snorkelling, kayak and stand up paddleboard tours, scuba diving, deep sea fishing and rock climbing. Activities to suit

South Cornwall

A milder climate resulting in beautiful gardens that flourish all year and an array of plants and flowers that are all around the landscape. The wonderful South Cornwall is fed by running rivers from the high moorlands, stunning estuaries that run all the way out to the Atlantic. Dotted in the south are fishing villages, coves, small harbours and more beautiful beaches to discover. A fantastic area for open water swim spots, sea filled lidos, holistic health, yoga retreats, de-stress and mindfulness escapes.

West Cornwall

Azure seas, white sands and vast areas to wonder. The land is adorned with incredible coastal running and walking routes, yoga schools and links golf courses. The ocean is great for surfing, swimming, and kite surfing or even for a paddle after a long run.

The Heartland

In the old industrial heartland, the landscape, recently awarded World Heritage Site status, is dotted with the fascinating trails to explore, bike routes and quarries to climb.

Isles of Scilly

A few miles off shore from Penzance in South West Cornwall is an archipelago of tiny islands that make up the Isles of Scilly. These mild, sub-tropical isles are home to some of the most beautiful scenery you can imagine. Exotic flowers, white sands, turquoise seas and peace is here all year. Think wellness, detox and health escapes.

The Cornish Coastline

Maritime legacy is never far away and the Cornish coastline offers a wide variety of water sports, healthy food outlets, cliff top spas, scenic cycle routes and plenty more.

The South West Coast Path

The natural environment, recognised nationally across the twelve sections of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is accessed by the spectacular South West Coast Path providing walkers and runners with miles of gentle strolls and challenging hikes..