Activities in Cornwall

Dog Friendly St Ives, Cornwall

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 09/03/2022

The perks of holidaying in Cornwall are endless, the beautiful views, the fresh air the beaches! But of course, one of the main perks being able to bring your four-legged friend with you! It isn’t just us humans who can enjoy the sun, sad and sea, your lovely doggos will...

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To do in St Ives this February half term 2022

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 18/02/2022

Have you got yourself booked to stay in St Ives this February half term and gotten yourself in a bit of a pickle with what to do to keep the kids entertained? Well don’t you worry, we’ve put together a list of our favourite things to do in Cornwall this...

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Walks in St Ives

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 21/01/2022

The popular Cornish town of St Ives is known country wide for its luscious surf beached, quirky art scene and of course gorgeous walks! Winter to most might not seem to be the best time to visit, however the locals would argue it’s probably the best. The quiet streets and...

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To Do On A Rainy Day In St Ives

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 14/01/2022

Whilst we like to think of St Ives as always bathing in the wonderful Cornish sun all year around, the winter months here in Cornwall are subject to a fair few rainy and blustery day! But don’t you worry, there is plenty to do even when the sun isn’t shining,...

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What’s on in Newquay this December!

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 12/12/2021

Visiting Newquay this December and stuck on what to do? Why not take a look at our list below of the top festively things to get up to this Christmas! 1. Santa’s tour of Newquay 7th December – 21st December We’ve received word directly from the Elf’s in Santa’s workshop...

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Top 7 Things To Do In Newquay

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 28/09/2021

Newquay is one of the UK’s favourite holiday hot spots! Previously a sleepy fishing village, it has been transformed into a bustling town known for its super water sports and thriving nightlife. There is plenty to do from playing in the arcades to relaxing on golden sand beach beaches! It...

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3 Reasons to Visit Cornwall in March

Posted by Select Cornwall

on 25/02/2020

Average temperature: 10°c Average daylight hours: 11 hours Average sea temperature: 9°c March is a fantastic time to visit Cornwall! Celebrate the patron saint of Cornwall on St Pirans Day. Join in with some wonderful springtime festivities in Falmouth at the Falmouth Spring Festival! For those night time lovers, look...

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12 Best Family Days Out In Cornwall

Posted by Claudia

on 18/06/2019

When people think of Cornwall, they think of the beach, and whilst we are graced with endless sandy shores, there are also plenty of other days out to be had! Here are some of our top choices for days out with the family that don’t include sand... No. 1 –...

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Top 10 secret beaches in Cornwall

Posted by Claudia

on 13/06/2019

There are many beaches across Cornwall’s infamous coast line, people travel from all over England to visit them, but the locals often stumble across and make use of fabulous hidden beaches. No.1 – Fox Cove You’ll find this little cove tucked away in a rugged spot near Padstow, along the...

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Learning To Surf In Cornwall

Posted by Claudia

on 09/06/2019

Many people travel to Cornwall for its famous surfing spots. Situated along the coast, Cornwall has a great selection of beaches, and the different coves and winds provide many perfect surfing conditions. There are a lot of surf schools across Cornwall, so learning to surf is definitely an easy task!  ...

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