Famous for the fairytale castle of St Michael's Mount, Marazion is a bustling town with beautiful beaches.
A brilliant base for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle and explore Cornwall's stunning coastline.
Families are attracted to Portreath by the pretty, sandy beach. There are also plenty of shops and places to eat and drink, as well as good local facilities nearby.
A World Heritage Site and rich in mining history - close to the A30 Pool is a great base for exploring Cornwall.
The largest village on the Lizard Peninsula, Mullion is home to a beautiful harbour and secret coves.
This small coastal village lies just above a popular white sandy beach – enjoying stunning scenery and access to a variety of beautiful cliff top walks.
Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the parish of St. Buryan is a popular destination for visitors.
Rumoured to have the best light in Britain, St Ives is one of the best places in Cornwall for art and culture.
Nestled in the heart of the Roseland Peninsula, Portscatho is a small east-facing fishing village brimming with character.
Rumoured to be the loveliest village in Cornwall - with beautiful harbour and infamous Christmas lights.
A beautiful harbour town, Falmouth is a fantastic for days out in Cornwall - with beaches, shops and restaurants.
Famous for the Flora Dance - Helston is one of the best market towns in Cornwall with great shops and cafes.
A tiny village with a worldwide reputation - built around one of the most beautiful coves in the world.
Located on the north Cornish coast halfway between Land’s End and St Ives Pendeen is steeped in mining history.
A great day out for all the family with attractions and stunning scenery - a must when you visit Cornwall.
Gulval is a charming village situated just inland from Mount's Bay, home to impressive 15th century church and tales of pirates.
One of the oldest market towns in Cornwall, today you'll find galleries, delis and vintage finds-a-plenty