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.

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.

Five storm watching spots in Cornwall

Visit Cornwall can be spectacular over the winter months when Atlantic storms buffer our rugged coastline. A wild winter getaway can be a great break as long as you come prepared!.

Perranporth: history, heritage, boards and beach

A lively bustling village with a strong sense of community, fascinating history, and truly exceptional beach, we recommend a visit to Perranporth to experience a quintessentially Cornish seaside resort. 

Cornwall's beaches make the grade

All Cornwall’s beaches have made the grade against tough bathing water quality standards, according to figures published by the Department for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs in mid November 2017.

6 secret beaches in West Penwith

West Penwith is one of the quietest parts of Cornwall. It's small villages are connected by narrow and winding lanes and the coastline has high rugged cliffs which tower over the sandy beaches and coves below. Sennen is the largest beach in the area and Porthcurno attracts lots of visitors because of the iconic Minack Theatre. But where can you go to beat the crowds? Here's our guide to some of West Penwith's most secluded beaches and coves.

Gwynver Beach