A bargain break in Cornwall

As we all know Cornwall is a great place to come for a walking holiday, an activity that costs nothing, and if you stay in the right place, you can just lace up your boots and open the door and off you go for the day! We have loads of blogs about walking in Cornwall, so we will let you discover those elsewhere.

What we want to do here is pick out some of the attractions or activities dotted around Cornwall that you can visit for free, or by donation.

A Guide to St Agnes

Considered to be the very essence of rural Cornwall, St Agnes is a beautiful and thriving village on Cornwall’s north coast.

Hidden Gems to find in Cornwall

Think you’ve seen and done everything there is to do in Cornwall? How about these hidden gems tucked away in special locations around Cornwall?

10 Reasons to visit Cornwall this June

Here are some great reasons to Visit Cornwall this June. From funky festivals and long walks on the South West Coast Path, to sunset drinks and quiet campsites.

Walking around Cornwall

We may be biased, but we consider Cornwall to be one of the finest parts of the UK for walking. It has great variety, from wooded creeks to rock strewn moorland, from country parks to long sandy beaches. Whatever level of walk you are looking for, from gentle stroll to a week on the coast path, you’ll find a walk for you in Cornwall.

Days out by rail: Five branch line specials

Why not enjoy a day out by rail? Cornwall has five scenic branch lines with amazing views of the coast and country to enjoy, with towns and walks to explore before heading back.