10 Cornish links with the G7 Nations

With the recent announcement that Carbis Bay in Cornwall will be hosting the G7 Summit in June 2021, we thought we would bring you some interesting bits of information connecting it to the 10 nations attending.

The River Fowey

Our guide to one of Cornwall's finest and most varied rivers, from sea to moor.

A Collection of Cornish Coves

The dictionary states that a cove is 'a part of the coast where the land curves inwards so that the sea is partly enclosed' In Cornwall we have many, here's just a few you might like to explore.

Discover the Tamar Valley

The River Tamar divides Cornwall from the rest of England for all but three miles between the source and the north Cornish coast. It runs for 60 miles down to Plymouth Sound, winding its way through rich farmland and areas of industrial history, now with World Heritage Status. Much of the area is also part of the Tamar Valley AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

Cornwall’s Finest go Outdoors!!

The 2019 Cornwall Tourism Awards shone a light on outdoor activities, with a number of awards going to businesses that make the most of what a wonderful place Cornwall is.

Eight Great Novels with Cornish Connections

Artists of all types are drawn to Cornwall, some paint, some play music and some write novels. The landscape and people of Cornwall have been inspiring writers for years and we have picked eight novels here that date back as far back as the 1880s, but also feature two that have come out in the last couple of years. Some will be familiar, others more obscure, but we believe they are all worth reading..

The Shell Seekers by Rosamunde Pilcher 

Hidden Cornish Charm!

Are you one of those people that has been coming to Cornwall for years and keeps going to the same beaches, the same pretty fishing villages, stick to the same roads?

There's nothing wrong with that, we don't mind where you go as long as you keep coming back!

But here's our short guide to a few charming bits of Cornwall that you might just of missed. They're not the out of the way 'hidden' places, we want to keep them to ourselves. These are just a few places that might not be on your usual tourist route.

Gone to Sea....

Most harbours around Cornwall offer sightseeing trips out to sea. It gives you a chance to see the coast from an entirely different perspective and you may even get to see some of our wonderful marine life, such as dolphins and seals.