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Things to do in Cornwall: active and outdoors Search from hundreds of listings

Search our listings of the very best Cornwall has to offer, from walking, cycling and watersports to surf schools, sailing centres and multi-activity centres. Use the left-hand filters to refine your search and help you find exactly what you're looking for. 

You'll want to make the most of Cornwall's amazing beaches, rivers, lakes and estuaries with all the fantastic watersports on offer. Walkers will love the diversity of the landscape, windswept moors, coastal cliff top walks, areas of natural beauty and trails through mining heritage landscapes. Whatever your interest, be it fishing, adventure sports, horseriding, or golf, you'll find it in Cornwall.

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  1. Ocean Sport Centre, Watersports, Carbis Bay, St Ives, Cornwall

    Ocean Sport Centre

    St Ives

    A family run watersports business located on the stunning beach of Carbis Bay. A fun active day out for all the family on one of Cornwall's most beautiful beaches!

  2. Tintagel | Photo by Paul Jenner | c SWCP

    Tintagel - King Arthur and the slate coast


    The 5 mile circular walk takes in Tintagel Church, on the cliffs outside the village, then follows a series of tracks and lanes parallel to the coast before descending to the cove of Trebarwith Strand.

  3. Survival Wisdom | Things to do | Cornwall

    Survival Wisdom


    Welcome to Survival Wisdom, an innovative approach to specialist survival training, developed by a unique partnership of highly qualified instructors.

  4. Things to do Cornwall | Horse riding in Cornwall | TB Equestrian | Bodmin | Cornwall

    TB Equestrian


    TB Equestrian offers 5* Livery Accommodation. Training programmes to fit specific horse/rider requirements. Individual turn out paddocks. Bring your horse on holiday. Keep fit while you’re having fun!

  5. Fowey by Carl Whitfield

    South Coast - Eastern AONB section

    This section of the AONB runs from Par along the coast all the way to Looe and inland up the river Fowey as far as St Winnow. It is unusual in that it takes in both the town of Fowey to the west and the village of Polperro in the east.