Arguably the best bits of Cornwall.

Amazing Barrel Jellyfish in Cornwall!

2019-07-11T17:57:58+01:00By |Beaches|

There have been numerous sightings of these awesome Barrel Jellyfish in our Cornish seas lately and we have been super lucky to see a couple while out SUPing our Cornish coast. Local photographer Thomas Foreman of Saltwater Images has been out with his camera and has managed to capture them in all their glory. Sometimes [...]

Discover the South Coast Gem of Polkerris Cove

2018-10-02T13:53:00+01:00By |Autumn Inspiration, Beaches|

Polkerris Cove is found tucked away on the South Coast of Cornwall within St Austell Bay. With neighbours including Par, Carlyon Bay, Charlestown, Porthpean and Duporth Bay there are some stunning beaches to discover. We took at mini camping break to this wonderful location to try to find some new places to SUP. With our [...]

The Best BBQ spots in Cornwall

2020-04-30T13:51:41+01:00By |Beaches, Campervan Blogs, Summer Holiday|

Discover some of the Best BBQ spots in Cornwall! A summer BBQ just sums up a British seaside holiday, and if you can have them every day then why not! We are lucky enough to have warm enough temperatures throughout the summer to light the barbies, and here we've suggested some of our favourite [...]

Cornwall’s Best Beaches

2020-04-30T13:51:48+01:00By |Beaches, Campervan Blogs, Summer Holiday|

Cornwall's best beaches, now that's a hard one... 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. In no particular order here are some of the best beaches in the world... Hayle to Godrevy With three miles [...]

The seaside village of St Agnes

2018-06-21T11:47:24+01:00By |Autumn Inspiration, Beaches|

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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