Exploring Crantock Beach and The Gannel

Crantock Beach is on a lot of peoples list of favourite Cornish beaches. It’s up there with some of the best, but on the other hand a lot of people have never set their bare toes on this vast golden sandy beach! We took a mini holiday to Crantock to explore this North Cornish village […]

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The seaside village of St Agnes

St Agnes is one of those beautiful places that if you catch on a sunny day it just takes your breath away. It’s found on the North Cornish coast sandwiched between the sandy beaches of Chapel Porth and Perranporth. With a history in tin and copper mining, fishing and farming industries it’s full of Cornish […]

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Exploring Nanjizal Beach

The Song of the Sea is a tall slit in the cliffs of West Cornwall’s hidden cove of Nanjizal. This infamous beach is the making of many a professional photograph, but you will find it hard to stumble across this beach on your travels. As it’s one of Cornwall’s best kept secrets most people don’t […]

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What does Perranuthnoe have to offer?

Perranuthnoe is a small village on the South coast of Cornwall sandwiched in between Marazion and Prussia Cove. The village has a rich history and is mentioned in the Domesday book, the church dates back to the 1100’s and the surrounding landscape supported tin and copper mines in the 18th and 19th centuries. As you […]

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Cornwall’s best beaches

With so many amazing beaches in Cornwall we have hand-picked a few of our favourites to give you a head start on where to visit first. Hayle to Godrevy With three miles of golden sands set in St. Ives Bay, the beaches can be split down into many areas, starting at Hawkes Point and Porthkidney […]

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