Looking for the best attractions in Cornwall? You’ve come to the right place. And there’s really something for everyone here.
Whether you’re on the hunt for must-see stately home or Cornish garden, National Trust and others grace this extraordinary county, or perhaps you’re here with with kids and seek family attractions, such as theme parks, zoos and aquariums, or even waterparks? Fear not, there’s something to appeal to all.
Thrill-seekers will most certainly want to surf, and maybe even go coasteering or kayaking, but which surf school is best? Where can you go for recommended coaching and friendly, but well-organised activities, safe and suitable for your ability level?
Finally, for relaxation and wellbeing, let us help you unwind. There is a good choice of spas in Cornwall, so see our guide to relax in style.
Your time away in Cornwall is limited, so why spend it looking for activities to do and places to go, when we have done the work for you? Our guide has you covered.
Arts & Heritage
There’s more to Cornwall than beautiful beaches. Culturally rich, have you thought about visiting Cornwall’s literary, artistic and historic hotspots while here? If you love to immerse yourself in...
Adventure, Sport & Lifestyle Activities
If adrenaline is your nectar, Cornwall is the ultimate UK playground destination, with miles of glorious coastline, space and quite often, the weather to match. From zip wires over lakes, wake boardin...
Spas & Wellness
Make the most of your quota of ‘me time’ on holiday in Cornwall. Letting your mind and body wander lends itself to feeling good. Try wave-watching in wide open spaces, deeply breathing in the wond...
Cornwall's Nature Hotspots
There is nowhere quite like Cornwall. With varied land and seascapes from immense sandy beaches nestled below rugged cliffs, to winding rivers, moors and tors, there is a mass of wildlife on natures...
National Trust Spots
In 1895 Octavia Hill, Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley and Sir Robert Hunter came together to establish the National Trust. Now the National Trust care for 780 miles of coastline, over 248,000 hectares of lan...
Nature Activities & Clubs
The best way to see nature is up close and personal, so surfers often report seeing seals, and walkers often see birds of prey and clifftop wildlife. If you are sparked by adrenaline, then you might w...
Stately Homes & Gardens
Cornwall is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain but also has a select number of historic houses well worth visiting, often with generous, beautifully designed gardens. If you are s...
Trips & Tours in Cornwall
With so much to see and do in Cornwall, it’s worth considering booking onto a tour or a special trip to make the most out of your time here. From boat trips to Cornish cycle tours, from walking tour...
Wildlife in Cornwall
If you seek the ‘call of the wild’, then this section of our comprehensive Guide to the Cornish countryside is for you. Cornwall has a collection of locations within its area of Outstanding Natura...
Cornwall's Plants & Flowers
If you are a botanist at heart, then Cornwall has plenty of flora and fauna for you to enjoy. Species vary from hardy plants on the wild north coast, while the south coast’s milder climate is perfec...
Cornwall's wildlife to see
Cornwall’s unique diversity of landscape makes it home to many species of animals, fish and plants. Both on land and at sea, there is a plethora of wildlife to be found in the varied eco-systems pro...
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