Things To Do

  • Dogs on beach, Cornwall
    Dog-friendly things to do in Newquay

    Newquay is a brilliant place to bring your dog all year round. There’s lots of dog-friendly space to let them run around, and many cafes, pubs and restaurants are relaxed about well-behaved dogs sitting out of the way under the...

  • Top Attractions for a Newquay Day Out

    You’re never far from a fun attraction in Newquay. Besides the beaches, of which there are an abundance, there are plenty of other things to do to keep everyone entertained. Here are eight of the top attractions in Newquay, which...

  • 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...

  • Guest blog: Five unexpected joys of wild swimming

    Wild swimming is becoming more widely popular these days as people learn the benefits from it. Where better to explore this sport, pastime and way of life, than Cornwall? The lovely people at Wild Swimming Cornwall tell us the joys...

  • Beach house at Gwithian Towans - Rockpools from Forever Cornwall
    Our most popular surfing holiday cottages

    If you’re planning a holiday to Cornwall and looking to surf, see our guide to some of best spots with the perfect cottages you can stay in. Cornwall is iconic for its great breaks, whether it’s the many beach breaks...

  • Cornish fishing villages you need to visit

    Cornwall is defined by many iconic things, like pasties, beaches and surfing. But it is fishing villages and communities that embody Cornwall’s spirit. BBC 2’s hugely popular Cornwall: This Fishing Life is a testament to how passionate this industry is...