From the Blog
Spring is the best time to explore Cornwall and discover its best kept secrets and beauty spots. From hidden coves to miles of peaceful countryside to discover.
If you want to escape the crowds and see Cornwall through the locals' eyes, you'll want to visit the least touristy parts of the Duchy. Whether you're looking for a romantic break, a group walking holiday, or an adventure for you and your pooch, Cornwall is the place to be.
Spring is the time to get outdoors and go in search of wildlife, historical sites and breathtaking ocean views. Grab your walking boots and have a ramble on Bodmin moor, the south west coast path, or one of Cornwall's woodlands or countryside estates. Bring your bikes with you and discover the cycle routes such as the Clay Trails, the Coast to Coast Trail or the Camel Trail. or you could explore Cornwall from the water, on a boat trip or a kayak.
If you're bringing your four-legged friend, you can find beaches that allow dogs all year around, or at least during the off-peak season. With over 300 beaches in total and over 300 miles of coastal paths, Cornwall is the perfect place for a dog-friendly holiday. You can find out more about dog-friendly beaches, attractions and accommodation by clicking on our dog-friendly page below.
April to early July is a fantastic time of the year in Cornwall: the beaches and visitor attractions are still quiet, but the amount of daylight is at its peak. Think evening beach strolls, outdoor drinks and al fresco dining. Start your next Cornish adventure by clicking on the boxes below.