Discover The North Cornwall coast

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Port Isaac, North Cornwall c Shutterstock
Perranporth, North Cornwall c Shutterstock
Crantock Beach, North Cornwall c Shutterstock
Holywell Bay, North Cornwall c Shutterstock
Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes, Cornwall
Bude Sea Pool, Cornwall, c FoBSP Rob Kier
Rumps Point, North Cornwall c Shutterstock
Boscastle, North Cornwall c Shutterstock
Hawkers Cove, Padstow c Shutterstock
Coast Path near Port Isaac c Shutterstock
Padstow, Cornwall, c Ingrid King
Watergate Bay, Cornwall
Bedruthan Steps, Newquay, Cornwall, c Jason Flint
Widemouth Bay, Cornwall, c Vick Trewin
Newquay, North Cornwall c John Such

Why visit the North Coast of Cornwall?

The Atlantic coast of North Cornwall stretches for over forty miles from Bude to Perranporth along a wildly beautiful landscape where towns and villages huddle in the cliffs for protection against the sea.

A renowned hub for thrill seekers who get active in and out of the water, the mile wide bays are popular with the nation’s surfers and families alike and the area magically combines the hip and trendy with absolutely stunning natural scenery.

You'll find:

  • Surf spots
  • Sensational beaches
  • Spectacular coastline
  • Picturesque harbours
  • Dramatic cliffs
  • Sandy bays
  • Cliff top walks
  • The Camel Trail
  • Tintagel Castle

Places to visit include:

Boscastle; Bude; Camelford; Crackington Haven; Delabole; Mawgan Porth; Newquay; Padstow; Polzeath; Port Isaac; Perranporth; Rock; St. Agnes; Tintagel; Wadebridge; Watergate Bay.

Explore our map of North Cornwall