activities

In and around Cornwall

Ready to guide you through your Cornish journey.

Cornwall

Experience the thrill of riding waves, wildlife and art

Sennen Surf Centre

SENNEN SURF SCHOOL CORNWALL’S FINEST SURFING CENTRE

Wildlife

The exhilarating experience of sharing the water with a seal, dolphin or even a Basking Shark whilst swimming or surfing is a real possibility.

Roundhouse Gallery

Selling Cornish art and craft.

The Minack Theatre Company

End of the UK

From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide, St Michael’s Mount is beckoning.

Destinations

1

Sennen Cove

On the beach there are top rate surfing conditions and safe bathing within flagged areas which are moved frequently to follow tidal movements.

2

St Ives

St Ives – the dazzling jewel in Cornwall’s crown. A picturesque fishing harbour and seaside town. Voted best family holiday destination by Coast magazine 

3

Gwithian

A popular surf spot Gwithian has always been a favourite with windsurfers and kite-surfers. Predominance of cross-shore winds.

4

Mousehole

A small and very safe beach is located in a sheltered part of the harbour which is popular with families, particularly those with small children

Day Trips in Cornwall

Mousehole (pronounced “Mowzel”) is a very attractive tourist destination. A small and very safe beach is located in a sheltered part of the harbour which is popular with families, particularly those with small children- an ideal location for family days out, with safe bathing, quite literally at your feet.
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