Rugged coastlines, windswept scenery, and plenty of places for a pooch to mooch. Soak up some culture or experience fantastic dog-friendly activities. Cycling in Cornwall is a delight. The region’s rural beauty and its network of cycle trails offer plenty for experienced riders or families looking to stretch their legs in the countryside. Cornwall was made for surfing. The full force of the Atlantic bears down on this rugged coastline all year round, unleashing epic waves that rank among Europe’s best. But couple these wild conditions with a mild climate, grand coastal scenery and pristine beaches and you have something truly special - a breathtakingly beautiful location where everyone can find a surfing spot to match their skill. With our wide range of lodges and holiday parks in Cornwall, we have something to suit all tastes and budgets.
The popularity of the highly talked about wines of Camel Valley means getting a place on their Grand Tour is a must. Running between April and October, learn about the processes of the vineyard followed by a fun tasting session, starting with their most famous Cornwall Brut. Don’t worry about it being just an adult affair; children are very welcome, so it’s perfect for a family day out. If you’re looking for an excuse to stay longer, take a seat on the terrace and enjoy the panoramic views.
If you’re a novice, then there’s an unbeatable choice of Cornish surf schools to get your surfing adventures started. Run by pros they’ll ease you into the sport and help you master the basic skills you need to ride your very first wave - a completely unforgettable, adrenaline-filled moment. Surfing makes the best group activity too. It’s a sport everybody can participate in, where kids outshine their parents, and friends and make new lifelong memories together!
For those that like an easy walk filled with magical and mythical elements, then the 2-mile woodland walk to St Nectan's Glen is for you. weave your way through and under ivy-clad oaks, hawthorns and hornbeams to St Nectan's Kieve, where you will be rewarded with an 18-metre waterfall that plunges through a hole in the slate. This site of Scientific interest is home to rare flora and fauna, such as woodpeckers, buzzards and the occasional otter. There is a fee to walk this though.