5 to try: Coastal Food & Drink Hotspots

After a bracing walk, an epic surf or just a drive to the beach... what's better this time of the year than a cup of Hot Chocolate or a bowl of soup looking out across the winters waves....

Shine for Shelterbox 2017

Cornish charity wants the UK to Shine for Shelterbox this November. Help raise funds for people across the world made homeless by conflict and natural disaster.

November Food Bites

The clocks have gone back, the last golden leaves of autumn have been blown from the trees and Christmas songs are playing in every shop you visit.. it must be November! It's time to dig out the jumpers, light the fire and open a bottle of red wine and eat! Meals should be wholesome, hearty and warming, soups, stews and traditional puddings.

Cornwall Tourism Awards 2017

The Cornwall Tourism Awards took place recently with the good and great of Cornish Tourism gathering at the Headland Hotel, Newquay. Top winners on the evening were the Screech Owl Sanctuary, who picked up the prestigious Winner of Winners trophy alongside Golds for Small Attraction and Silver for Access & Inclusivity.

Cornwall's Christmas Markets

If you’re looking for inspiration for your seasonal shopping, where better to start than Cornwall’s Christmas markets…

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