Summer in Cornwall

Surrounded by dramatic coastline and rolling landscapes, summer is a beautiful time of year in Cornwall.

On the water


Hoist the sails, grab your oars or wax your board and head for the surf – summer in Cornwall would not be complete without experiencing everything that the sea around it has to offer. And it's not all about the surface either - why not take a dive or try a bit of snorkelling too?

Whether you’re looking for an injection of summer adrenaline or a more laid back lifestyle, the water offers something for everyone in Cornwall.


Things to do in Cornwall

Country Life


Rolling hills, quiet country lanes, beautiful scenery and a sense of calm serenity. Cornwall's countryside is waiting to be explored - on foot, by bike or even on horseback

Escape, relax and unwind – forget the worries of everyday life and seek some time out in a truly beautiful location.


Explore the beautiful woods and moorland

Socialising in the sun


Whether looking out over a beach, enjoying a river view or relaxing in countryside surroundings, Cornwall is full of pubs, restaurants and cafés set in stunning locations

What better way to enjoy time with friends at the end of a long day than sitting back, relaxing and enjoying good food and drink in a beautiful place?


Places to eat in Cornwall

Heading to the beach


Cornwall is famous for its beaches and with good reason – with the offer of golden sand, stunning views and clear seas, what could be more inviting? So go ahead and grab yourself a picnic, find a spot for your towel, sit back and relax.

Feeling more adventurous? The beaches in Cornwall don’t just offer the perfect location to relax. Why not get the adrenaline going and have a go at coasteering, or head onto the water to try your hand at one of the many water sports available?


Explore the best beaches in Cornwall

Do the things you want to do


Head off for a quick surf after work, meet up with friends for a beach BBQ or go to the pub for an ice cold cider

Looking for a little more space and time to think? Why not set off for a walk across the moor with your four-legged friend or escape into the countryside on horseback. Your time, your choice.


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