Shopping

Shopping in Cornwall can be a delightful experience, as the region offers a mix of traditional markets, charming boutiques, and high-street retailers.

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Art Space Gallery, St Ives

Discover a multitude of independent stores offering you a little piece of Cornwall

Truro: The capital city of Cornwall, Truro, has a range of shops, from high-street retailers to independent boutiques. The Lemon Street Market is a good place to explore unique items. St. Ives:

St. Ives is known for its artistic community, and you'll find many galleries and craft shops. The Wharfside Shopping Centre is a good spot for shopping, offering a mix of art, crafts, and souvenirs. Falmouth:

Falmouth has a variety of shops along its charming streets. The town is known for its maritime history, and you can find nautical-themed items, as well as art galleries and unique boutiques. Padstow:

This picturesque fishing village is famous for its food scene, but it also offers boutique shopping. You'll find artisan shops, gift shops, and local produce stores. Newquay:

Newquay is a popular coastal town with a mix of surf shops, souvenir stores, and trendy boutiques. It's a great place for those looking for beachwear and outdoor adventure gear. Penzance:

Penzance has a mix of traditional and contemporary shops. Market Jew Street is a bustling street with a variety of shops, and the historic Chapel Street has independent retailers. Looe:

Looe is a charming fishing village with a mix of gift shops, art galleries, and traditional seaside stores. You can find local crafts and souvenirs here. Bodmin:

Bodmin offers a mix of antique shops, bookstores, and local markets. The historic Shire Hall is home to various shops and cafes. Helston:

Helston is known for its traditional shops and markets. The town's main street, Coinagehall Street, has a mix of independent retailers.

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Truro Farmers Market

Cornwall is dotted with independent stores offering unique products. Whether it's handmade crafts, local artwork, or specialty foods, exploring the smaller towns and villages can lead to hidden gems. Remember to check for local markets and events, as they often showcase regional products and provide a lively shopping experience. Additionally, Cornwall is known for its artisanal food and drink, so don't miss the opportunity to try some local delicacies and beverages during your shopping adventures.

FAQ's

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  • There's a good selection of shops, from galleries and antique shops to large supermarkets such as ASDA and Lidl. On the A30 where you turn off to Hayle is a small out of town shopping area with a M&S and Next amongst other shops.

  • St Mawes has a pharmacy, dentist, Spar superstore, bakery and more. The Co-op sells a full range of groceries, wines beers and spirits, and seasonal homewares. There's also galleries, boutiques and a selection of gift shops.

  • There's a good selection of shops, from galleries and antique shops to large supermarkets such as ASDA and Lidl. On the A30 where you turn off to Hayle is a small out of town shopping area with a M&S and Next amongst other shops.

  • Like most Cornish towns, Helston retains a few 'local' shops plus a smattering of shops that you would find on many high streets. The majority of shops are on Meneage Street and down Coinagehall Street.

    There's also a couple of supermarkets on the edge of the town.

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