Glorious West Cornwall from the air... St Michael's Mount, Mousehole, Minack Theatre, Land's End and more.
Padstow is a charming working fishing port where watching the everyday flow of harbour life is a perfect way to spend a day.
There's a beach for every day of the week: for thrill seekers or space to let the kids run riot.
A charming short film about the seaside town of Looe which keeps visitors entertained all year round.
Stories from a day on the beach, dawn till dusk, in Cornwall with wild food foraging, wild swimming and painting lessons.
From the windswept Coastwatch station at Rame Head to the tranquil scenery of the Helford River.
The coastal waters around Cornwall provide an abundance of fresh fish and variety of seafood to tempt the palate.
You'll find smugglers' coves, show stopping beaches, historic mining settlements and much more.
This short film follows Caroline Davey of The Fat Hen as she goes wild food foraging around Sennen Cove.
The Atlantic coast of Cornwall stretches for over seventy miles along a wildly beautiful landscape.
With over 300 beaches to choose from everyone can reap the benefit of the rugged coastline.
A lovely little film following three generations on holiday in Cornwall.
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