Cornwall has one of the most stunning coastlines in the UK, with breathtakingly beautiful beaches. No matter where you are, there will be a local beach within easy reach and most of the towns present more than one, Bude has nine! With the total number of beaches in Cornwall totalling around 300, the variation is endless! It is the ultimate staycation with white sands and turquoise waters, a place where adventure beckons and lasting memories are made.
Although Cornwall can still experience rain, it puts no dampener on the holiday spirit with lots of amazing things to do inside. Some say the Eden Project is the eighth wonder of the world, and it is huddled inside a crater the size of 30 football pitches, housed in tropical biomes. You can explore the smells, sights and scale of the rainforests all from inside the world’s biggest greenhouse! Cornwall also offers many cafes to sit and relax in, Relish in Wadebridge is one of the best places in the country for coffee!
Cornwall is also fast becoming a food haven! It houses Michelin star chefs opening restaurants in areas such as Port Isaac and Padstow as well as food festivals regularly occurring in Rock, St Ives and Porthleven. Food festivals happen throughout the year, find here. Cornwall also promises you the freshest daily catch, and the best local produce and creamiest dairy products straight from local farms. Drinks will not disappoint either, will it be a Cornish cider, a Cornish ale or a Cornish gin?
Many will agree that a trip to Cornwall isn’t complete without an excursion to Land’s End. Mosey along the paths above the cliffs, that have been shaped by the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Along the picturesque walk keep an eye out for the coast’s residents, seals, dolphins and even basking sharks! It is one of the West Country’s great places to visit with its magnificent natural setting, great eating places and shopping.
No matter what month you go to Cornwall in, it is a county with a busy events calendar and there will always be lots happening.