When you think about days out in Cornwall, you think about the Eden Project, Lands End or Newquay Zoo right? But what people don’t think about is the tiny islands that dot our coastline and provide sanctuary for some of the sea-faring animals and birds that surround our skies. Some of these islands are completely >> read more
Despite only being around 15 minutes from Truro, there is a definite sense of time travelling in St Agnes. Its classic Cornish character mixed with English countryside can be likened with places such as Port Isaac and Polruan, and there is a real feel of it being somewhere ‘away from it all’, or somewhere that >> read more
When you look at Carbis Bay Hotel, the inspiration for a romantic novel is clear to see. Hidden at the base of a wide valley, complete with stream and tree sheltered foot paths and not to mention the golden sands and wide cerulean ocean of the Carbis Bay beach. The hotel has exclusive access to >> read more
It goes without saying that Cornwall is home to some top quality wines. Over the last twenty years, wine producing in Cornwall has sky rocketed and has managed to make itself a household name for the likes of fresh whites, delicate roses and world-class sparkling. Like America’s golden wine country in the southern sun-kissed valleys >> read more
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Cornwall's alluring countryside is filled with unusual wildlife, cascading waterfalls and ruins of Cornwall's past. Here is our local's guide to five enchanting woodland trails.
In search of a relaxing weekend break in Cornwall? Look no further than Mevagissey...
Following last month's visit to Boscastle and Tintagel, we venture to the opposite end of Cornwall for this month's coolest day out at Carbis Bay; a haven of white sand and azure waters.
Discover the undiscovered Cornwall, the cool Cornwall, starting with Boscastle and Tintagel.
With the 'staycation' on the rise, it's no surprise Cornwall is the top destination of choice for Brits to visit each year. We've put together a list of 10 amazing spots in Cornwall for your dream holiday.
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It’s available to everyone, doesn’t cost a penny and is a great pick-me-up; what could be more appealing than a dip into one of Cornwall’s rivers, lakes, bays or coves for some wild swimming?
With a selection of attractions to suit all ages, a stunning harbour backdrop and gorgeous places to stay Polperro has something for everyone.
Searching for holy wells in Cornwall offers the opportunity to explore Cornwall's rugged and rural landscape, escape the tourist spots and admire these peaceful, untouched sanctuaries in all their glory.
With the early sundowns of the winter, and clear skies of the summer, Cornish sunsets are truly mesmerising. Sit back, relax and enjoy the day's end in these fantastic sunsetting spots!
Whether you fancy yourself an intrepid explorer, a World War II navy captain or a communications extraordinaire, there really are no limits to your imagination in Porthcurno.
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Discover the Cornish town of Liskeard as myCornwall explores the history and present day features behind this popular town.
The sweeping beaches of St Ives attracts people to its shores all year round, join myCornwall as they spend a night at the St Ives Harbour Hotel
Join myCornwall as we venture in to North Cornwall for a night at The Widemouth Manor Hotel to explore the spa facilities and extensive menu
Join myCornwall Editor Mark Pugh as he takes a trip to St Ives to put the renowned reputation of the Tregenna Castle Hotel to the test
Discover the Cornish village of Herodsfoot as myCornwall contributor Pete London explores the history and present day features behind this quaint village.