Places to visit and things to do in Cornwall

Twenty million things can spur a holiday…fatigue, romance, boredom, freedom, stress, curiosity and denial to name but one for each day of the week. Once you’re away though, the agenda is beautifully blank. Here we offer up ways of milking your time in Cornwall

Falmouth Week festival

Falmouth Week is a family friendly festival in Cornwall with a full schedule of activities and entertainment carefully organised for every day of the week. Take the little ones, take the older ones, take everyone or just take the two of you in August and indulge in the true spirit of the town.

Things to do Katie Chown

Things to do in Launceston

Perfectly positioned between Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor and close to the Devon border, Launceston is ideally situated for exploring both Cornwall and Devon.

Things to do Dominique Adams

Zennor to St Ives Walk

Enjoy breakfast in the Chapel Cafe in Zennor and a stunning walk along the South West Coast Path and lunch in St Ives.

Things to do George Thomas

Things to do in Sennen

A popular surfing hot spot in west Cornwall, Sennen is a brilliant seaside holiday destination for a day out or a week or two.

Things to do Kayleigh Hardy

Devon's best family friendly festivals

Embrace all things Devon with this list of family friendly festivals in Devon. From tar barrels and pirate festivals to music festivals galore, there's something for everyone across the county this year.

Things to do Philip Eley

Things to do in Mousehole

This Cornish fishing village with bags of character and personality sits around a picturesque harbour. With a great choice of places to eat, coastal walks and things to do, this is a lovely day out in Cornwall.

Things to do Abby D

Things to do in Falmouth

A holiday in Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without a day out in the historic harbour town of Falmouth. Sitting just south of Truro, Falmouth isn’t too far off the beaten track and makes for a great day out.

Things to do Kayleigh Hardy
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