Cornwall

From Surfing to Seafood, Padstow to Poldark and Tintagel to Land’s End there’s never been a better time to experience Cornwall’s many charms. Visitors can enjoy the county’s stunning coastal paths, rugged scenery and idilic beaches in one of England’s favourite holiday destinations.

Stunning Cornish coastal walk
With the belated arrival of spring, it’s time to stretch those legs and explore the delights that the British countryside has to offer, and what better way to blow away the cobwebs than a scenic seaside stroll from lovely Looe to picturesque Polperro? more >
12th April 2018
New Titanic exhibition includes Kate Winslet’s dress
National Maritime Museum Cornwall opens its latest exhibition exploring the stories, myths and memorabilia surrounding the most famous of all disasters, including personal accounts from survivors and their descendants. more >
9th March 2018
The five best Cornwall-based novels
As well as being home to some of the country's most successful authors, Cornwall has provided the setting for many a fine book, including much of Daphne du Maurier's haunting output. Check out these top page-turners that use Britain's favourite holiday destination as a backdrop. more >
27th February 2018
Rock of ages: visit King Arthur’s ‘birthplace’
Upon a rock on Cornwall’s rugged northern coast, reached via a bridge, are the remains of Tintagel Castle, and as legend has it, the fortification was built on the site where King Arthur was conceived and born. Although the peninsula has been inhabited as... more >
20th February 2018
Does St Ives have the best New Year’s Eve party in Britain?
Thousands of people gather every year in the popular Cornish holiday destination for a street party, complete with fancy dress and fireworks. more >
18th December 2017