Surrounded on 3 sides by the sea with golden beaches and a wild rugged coastline. Cornwall holidays offer some of the most unique travel experiences on the planet.
We can help you discover some the best places to stay. As well as all of the must see places to visit on your trip to the south western tip of the United Kingdom. There is a huge variety of accommodation to choose from to suit all budgets.
Here are just some of our favourite places in Cornwall to see that are a little off the beaten track.
St Nectans Glen
A visit to St Nectan’s Glen will lead you on a walk though enchanting woodland mixed with a wide variety of birds and wildlife. Along the way you will see the mystical fairy stones on the banks of the babbling brook. At the end of your stroll you will find one England’s most spectacular waterfalls.
A dramatic cove with a historic small harbour that is popular with snorkelers. If you feel like putting on a wet suit. A five hundred metre swim or paddle in a sea kayak to the south, will lead you to the hidden cove of Laden Ceyn.
This is a long sheltered mainly shingle beach with a gentle shelf leading into the sea. It is great spot for wild camping. The sea here is generally very calm, so it is ideal for families in the summer months.
This is one of the most secluded and often deserted beaches on the west coast of Cornwall. Wild and rugged, many consider this to be the real Lands End. The astonishing sea caves and the ‘Song of the Sea’ eyelet arch are a landscape photographers dream.
Is now the time to put some Kernow into your soul?