Legendary kayaker, Jeff Allen talks about what makes Cornwall such a special place to sea kayak.
From the windswept Coastwatch station at Rame Head to the tranquil scenery of the Helford River.
Experience the North Cornish Coastline and North Cornwall from the air from Perranporth to Padstow and beyond.
A charming short film about the seaside town of Looe which keeps visitors entertained all year round.
Surfing, an essential past time in Cornwall and a great way to make the most of Cornwall's amazing beaches.
You'll find smugglers' coves, show stopping beaches, historic mining settlements and much more.
The Roseland offers secluded coves, delightful creeks, pretty fishing and tranquil beaches.
The Atlantic coast of Cornwall stretches for over seventy miles along a wildly beautiful landscape.
Cornwall has a fantastic coastline and is an ideal spot for the sailing and water sport enthusiast.
Dipping its toe in Falmouth's harbour, the multi-award winning museum celebrates Cornwall's maritime history and heritage.
The cycle trail from Padstow alongside the beautiful Camel river estuary to Wadebridge continues to Bodmin.
With over 300 beaches to choose from everyone can reap the benefit of the rugged coastline.