Welcome to Cornwall
With its dramatic coastline, beautiful beaches and picturesque villages, it's no wonder Cornwall remains one of the most popular counties to visit in the UK. Whether you're a visitor or resident, take the time to really explore this land full of legends and heritage - it's surprising what you'll find. So step out onto the wild moor, grab a surfboard, enjoy some fine dining by the sea or just sit back, relax and admire the endless views. Cornwall has it all.
Arts & crafts, photography, tasty treats, jewellery, clothing and health & beauty.
Cornwall’s farming heritage is celebrated at Dairyland Farm World near Newquay – an all-weather attraction where you can discover what life is really like down on the farm. Go inside the milking parlour and see the cows being milked or visit the Cornish Heritage Centre which takes you back in time to the 1800s.
The interior of this lovely restaurant reflects the menu - bright and colourful. Loyal customers, both local and visitors to Cornwall, come back time and again to savour the delicious fresh dishes on the menu, reflecting the very best of Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine.
With a large self-catering portfolio of holiday homes set in idyllic locations along the Helford Passage - this family-run company has been helping visitors make the most of their time in Cornwall for over 40 years. From luxury waterside houses with direct access to the river, to cosy cottages in stunning inland retreats - you’ll find properties to suit everyone.
Abstract artists Inga Irvine and Jack Hayes opened their own gallery in Falmouth in August 2014 to create a home for their vivid and energetic canvases and to support other artists. No two canvases are the same and the gallery in Church Street is a fascinating place to visit with an ever-changing backdrop of art alongside regular exhibitions.