Autumn on foot

Autumn on foot

With long and scenic coast paths and an inland network of over 2,400 miles no walker could ever get bored.

  • Pure paddle power

    Legendary kayaker, Jeff Allen talks about what makes Cornwall such a special place to sea kayak.

  • South Cornwall

    From the windswept Coastwatch station at Rame Head to the tranquil scenery of the Helford River.

  • North Cornwall an aerial tour

    Experience the North Cornish Coastline and North Cornwall from the air from Perranporth to Padstow and beyond.

  • Discover Looe: video

    A charming short film about the seaside town of Looe which keeps visitors entertained all year round.

  • Boarding the wave

    Surfing, an essential past time in Cornwall and a great way to make the most of Cornwall's amazing beaches.

  • West Cornwall

    You'll find smugglers' coves, show stopping beaches, historic mining settlements and much more.

  • The Roseland Peninsula

    The Roseland offers secluded coves, delightful creeks, pretty fishing and tranquil beaches.

  • North Cornwall

    The Atlantic coast of Cornwall stretches for over seventy miles along a wildly beautiful landscape.

  • Under sail in Cornwall

    Cornwall has a fantastic coastline and is an ideal spot for the sailing and water sport enthusiast.

  • Video: National Maritime Museum Cornwall

    Dipping its toe in Falmouth's harbour, the multi-award winning museum celebrates Cornwall's maritime history and heritage.

  • Camel trail to Bodmin jail

    The cycle trail from Padstow alongside the beautiful Camel river estuary to Wadebridge continues to Bodmin.

  • Surf scene to barely seen

    With over 300 beaches to choose from everyone can reap the benefit of the rugged coastline.