"Go deep sea fishing or try your hand at catching sea bass from the beach followed by a cliff top walk to enjoy the stunning views” - Living Edge Magazine, August 2011.
Cornwall has some of the wildest and most dramatic scenery in Britain, with an incomparable choice of beautiful beaches. With gently shelving sandy beaches that are ideal for family holidays, hidden coves backed by steep cliffs, and excellent conditions for surfing, sailing and a variety of extreme water sports, there is truly something for everyone. Cliffs, coves, castles and caves that until 100 years ago were the domain of smugglers, blur the lines between history and legend.
Inland, heather and gorse-covered moors studded with the remains of Cornwall’s heritage, including Bronze Age and Early Christian sites, are a lure to walkers and include the granite towers and stone chimneys that are all that remain of the tin-mining industry that dominated Cornwall for over 4000 years. Walkers also have no less than 500 miles of coastal footpaths to explore.