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The beach at Gwithian Towans is a tucked away treasure on the North coast of Cornwall, flanked by the picturesque sand dunes that run alongside it - we think Gwithian holds the formula for the perfect Cornish beach retreat.
Great Britain's most southerly point, this rugged coast holds hidden gems in the form of stunning beaches, picturesque fishing villages and epic coastal walking.
Mawgan Porth offers you a beautiful west facing beach, stunning scenery, wondrous walks, superb surfing and an amazing variety of accommodation to suit everyone.
Newquay has been popular with holidaymakers for generations, and with its vast beaches, laid back pace and central location it’s not hard to see why. Whether you want to surf, relax on the beach or explore the countryside, Newquay will cater for all needs.
Nestled in a cove on the north Cornish coast lies Port Isaac, a bustling fishing village that dates back to the Middle Ages. Home to Doc Martin, this working harbour welcomes guests with its picturesque cove, excellent eateries and cobbled streets - the perfect Cornish holiday.
This beautiful expanse of coast sweeps in a gigantic horseshoe shape from Porthleven to Mousehole on Cornwall’s south coast. It’s our largest bay and boasts panoramic ocean views from dramatic cliff tops, pristine sandy beaches and unspoilt fishing villages.
Forming one side of the Lizard Peninsula, and to the west of Falmouth, the Helford River is one of Cornwall’s most beautiful and dramatic areas. Stay in this quiet area and experience riverside living in any one of our Helford holiday cottages.
For many people, if you tell them to imagine Cornwall, they will imagine the beautiful picture of St Ives – however it has many more strings to its bow than just beauty. It is the Cornish mecca for artists and a haven for foodies, located on the north coast of West Cornwall.
The Fowey River is a calm refuge for sailors and visitors alike, with waterways snaking miles inland. As expected, things happen at a slower pace down here.
Combine beaches for relaxing, sheltered rivers for sailing, and a bustling port town for eating and drinking, there’s plenty of variety in Falmouth and surrounding areas.