Cornwall never fails to captivate, making it a top UK travel destination, but where should you visit? What makes it so special? That’s where our journal helps provides the local insight you need.
Do you seek big skies and walking trails? Bodmin Moor may be perfect for you? Are you keen on a world-class food scene with stellar chefs and local produce? Maybe Padstow is your place.
Keen on the art scene, then St Ives is a lively hub. For traditional scenic fishing villages, head to the south coast. For Atlantic rollers with energising surf, head north. Seek turquoise seas? Head west.
We are Cornish and we know its secrets … here is where we share them …
Health gurus have long lauded wild swimming as spiritual balm. Along with forest bathing, open-air swimming is one of the latest wellbeing trends, and for good reason. ‘Green exercise’ is now where it’s at and where better to try it than in captivating Cornwall?
You may not have heard of Rowena Cade. Born in Derbyshire, she was the amazing woman whose legacy will stop you in your tracks if you visit the marvellous Minack Theatre in Cornwall.
We all need to support each other at this time, being kind and careful, adhering to social distancing and staying at home. Local businesses in Cornwall have been super-awesome in their support of their local communities, and Facebook is awash with community groups and small, independent businesses all keen to help others who are feeling isolated. It is heartwarming.
With 74 working boats in the harbour, Mevagissey is still the place for a traditional Cornish fishing village vibe. Its authenticity captured the BBC’s imagination in its series, This Fishing Life, a close look at what life is really like in the ‘wild west’ of Britain.