West Cornwall

  • Gwithian Global Boarders Cornwall
    Learning to Surf in Cornwall: Global Boarders Q & A

    Cornwall has been synonymous with surfing since it was formally brought to Cornwall by Australian surfing champion Charles ‘Snowy’ McAlister, when he gave a stunning demonstration on a beach in 1928. Today, scores of people now travel to the county...

  • Counting seals at Godrevy

    Cornwall is lucky enough to have lots of marine wildlife along its shores, but the most common, and arguably the most adorable, are seals. If you do find yourself in Gwithian or Godrevy, you can find these fascinating marine creatures...

  • Cosy Cornish Cottages with wood-burners

    After a breezy walk on the coastal path or an icy dip in the big blue, there’s nothing like returning to a cosy Cornish cottage with a crackling wood-burning stove. So if you feel like an autumnal escape or a...

  • St Ives – the perfect itinerary

    Ahh St Ives, there isn’t anything like spending an afternoon, day or even week exploring the winding streets and experiencing the things which make this town so famous! To inspire your next visit, we’ve put together our perfect day itinerary....

  • St Ives jaunt

    This circular walk shows the best of St Ives with the route passing through four beaches and the Tate Gallery — this is the ultimate tour of the town! Distance 4.3 miles. If you’re looking to visit a Cornish seaside...

  • Forever Cornwall Mousehole Lights 3
    Mousehole Harbour Lights

    In 1963, a group of villagers in Mousehole, on Cornwall’s south coast, strung up a festoon of coloured lights along the quay to brighten up the harbourside for the festive period. Little did they know that this humble act would...