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May events in Cornwall

Take some time out this May to enjoy a break in breezy, sunny Cornwall. From May Day events to school holiday activities, we've got plenty to keep you busy.

Things to do Kayleigh Hardy

St Piran's Day in Cornwall

Celebrate St Piran's Day and all things Cornwall by visiting our favourite St Piran-related places in the county. Now all you need is a cream tea and you'll be proper Cornish - jam then cream, please.

Stories & Characters Kayleigh Hardy

Culture in Cornwall: Visiting Tate St Ives

As galleries go, this one is a stunner, the impressive looking building just a few steps from Porthmeor beach and as such commands excellent views. You’ll also find a great program of events, exhibitions and workshops on year-round.

Places to Go Abby D

Dog walks in the South Hams

South Hams is one of the most beautiful areas in Devon. It’s got everything for dogs: beaches, hills, woods, streams and pretty villages.

Places to Go Philip Eley

Cornish Dog Walk: Mylor Bridge to Restronguet Creek

This scenic dog walk in Cornwall will take you past expansive fields of cows, through impressive woodlands and alongside the beautiful western shore of the Fal Estuary before finishing off in the postcard perfect waterside hamlet of Restronguet.

Places to Go Abby D

Free things to do with Children in the South Hams

The area has beaches, coastline, moorland and gentle hills, so it is a great place to come on holidays with children. With so much natural beauty it is not difficult to find lots to do to keep the family busy, whatever the weather.

Things to do Philip Eley

April events in Cornwall

If April brings it’s supposed showers while you’re on holiday in Cornwall, head to one of these events. There’s something going on in every corner of the county to celebrate Easter, spring and the approaching May Bank Holiday.

Things to do Kayleigh Hardy

The Story of Dolly Pentreath

Buried in a tiny Cornish cemetery above Mousehole, the last pure Cornish speaker. Or so the story goes...

Pub Philosophy Katie Chown