From the cold winter months that offer pretty frosts and festive fun, to the warm summer time when the beaches call - find out what Cornwall has to offer at anytime of the year.
Summer in Cornwall
Surrounded by dramatic coastline and rolling landscapes, summer is a beautiful time of year in Cornwall
Escape, relax and unwind. Forget the worries of everyday life and get some time out in a truly beautiful location. Beaches or countryside, towns or villages - there is something for everyone in Cornwall during the sunny months.
Autumn in Cornwall
As summer makes way for autumn, the county’s colours turn to mellow tones of orange and yellow, whilst people living and staying in Cornwall begin to enjoy a more sedate pace of life
September may technically signal the end of the summer but you can still expect to enjoy some sunshine and warmth before autumn's crisp chill begins to form in the air. If you prefer fewer crowds and more space, it's the perfect time to explore.
Cornwall in winter
Cold, crisp and magical – Cornwall offers beauty, excitement and festive fun during the winter months
Head off along the coastal footpaths to view dramatic winter waves, explore wild moorland landscapes or hunker down in a pub in front of a roaring fire. Cornwall has so much to offer when the wind blows, the spray flies and Santa visits. For many, winter is the very best time of year.
Spring in Cornwall
Arriving earlier than in most parts of the country, it’s not hard to tell when spring has sprung in Cornwall
Colourful blossoms against clear blue skies, bird song and perfumed air - thanks to the Gulf Stream, spring arrives earlier in Cornwall than the rest of the UK. Wander around its many spectacular gardens, enjoy incredible displays of colour and rejoice in the beauty of Nature at its best.