The Cornwall Coast has for many years been one of the most popular holiday destinations in England. Situated on the South West Coast this bustling county and very pretty part of the country, boasts some of the best beaches, surfing hotspots and family seaside holiday resorts. The Cornwall Coast has so much to offer from bird watching, walking, painting, photography, water sports and just lazing about by the waters edge. A blend of quaint villages with thatched cottages, luxury sea view apartments and detached homes overlooking the marshes, restored farmhouses and barn conversions in magnificent settings, the Cornwall Coast is truly a holiday destination for everyone. With over 2000 holiday homes along the coastline, ranging from small country cottages to large manor houses ideal for family get togethers.
Our Destinations in Cornwall
The Cornwall Coast stretches right around the south coast from Bude on the western side to Saltash on the southern side. Along the way it takes in some of England's hot sports for summer beach holidays including Newquay, St Ives, Portleven and Truro. The coast is a haven for walkers, bird watchers, surfers and of course family vacations. Lovely fishing villages offer pretty streets and small marinas, lined with restaurants and quaint shopping. Some of the most popular include Tintagel, Crantock, St Agnes St Just, Sennen and Mevagissey.
Places to Go in Cornwall
Thinking of a rambling holiday then Cornwall is a great choice. With some great walks including circular coastal walk in Tintagel or a walking route along the Copper Trail on Bodmin Moor. For family holidays there are lots of attractions for children including The Monkey Sanctuary at Looe, Newquay Zoo and Kidzworld in St Austell. You've come to the right place for adrenalin fuelled holidays and short breaks, with an abundance of great beaches, many with surf schools, as well as kite Surfing, quad biking, horse riding and sand yachting. Build and educational strip to the Eden Project in to your stay.
A Guide to Cornwall's Beaches
With over 250 miles of coastline, Cornwall has more than 150 beaches to choose from. Many of these are wide sandy coves and some secluded bays. Some of the beaches are dog friendly and most are staffed by lifeguards throughout the summer months. Some of the best beaches in Cornwall are in our opinion Gwithian Beach a great choice for Surfing and Kite Surfing. Porthkidney Beach is dog friendly and there is the chance of seeing dolphins from the shore. Watergate Bay is really busy in summer but has one of the best surf schools. Daymer beach and Kynance Cove are a good ones for families.
Cornwall is a favourite location for fantastic family beach holidays, waterside holiday homes and countryside pet friendly vacation cottages with open fires where dogs are welcome.