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Polzeath, a family friendly beachPosted on October 28, 2016
North Cornwall’s iconic surfing beach, Polzeath, doesn’t disappoint whether the tide is on or out. After parking on the beach you are just steps away from vast stretches of golden sand. Monitored throughout the summer by the RNLI and extremely...
Coverack Shop & CafePosted on October 12, 2016
Nestled in an old building in the heart of the village this where you will find this little tardis of a shop and cafe. Selling local produce, artisan goods and all the basics you will need makes this the most...
The Camel TrailPosted on July 29, 2016
This disused railway line between Padstow and Wadebridge is the ideal place for a walk through Cornwall’s history. The flat path makes it perfect for wheelchairs, cyclists and push chairs as well of varying degrees of walking abilities. The...
Seal Sanctuary — GweekPosted on May 18, 2016
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary in Gweek rescue and rehabilitate lots of injured seals throughout the county everyday. Most rescued seals are returned to the wild, however some stay at the sanctuary for the remainder of their lives for their own...
Cycling at PenrosePosted on April 25, 2016
You can park in Helston in the free car park opposite the boating lake and go straight into Penrose from there. The estate starts in the woods with a flat tarmac path that was newly resurfaced in 2014, after the...