Things To Do In Cornwall



If you’re considering heading to Cornwall for your summer holidays this year, you aren’t alone. Each year hundreds of thousands of people descend on this beautiful county in the South of England to enjoy the sun, sea and sand that comes with being surrounded on all sides by the Atlantic. With so much to see and do as well, it’s easy to see why so many people come back year after year for their holidays. If this is your first time planning a trip, here are some of the top things to do in Cornwall to help you get started.

Where To Stay

Cornwall is home to some of the most beautiful scenery and sights to see and you want to make sure you can see them all in your time there, so you want somewhere that will be nice and central and allow you to reach everything you want to do in around an hour or less. That’s why staying at Perran Springs Holiday Park is ideal. It’s central, close to everything you need and everything is within an hour or less of a drive from the holiday park. Check them out:

Perran Springs Holiday Park





Fishing Trips

Fishing holidays in Cornwall are one of the most enjoyable experiences you could have while you’re relaxing. After all, who doesn’t like a spot of fishing? Head out on the Atlantic waters with your local guide who can tell you all about the types of fish in the area as well as how best to reel them in. Not only that, but you can really get a feel for the fishing industry – a way of life that has sustained the area for hundreds of years.

Kicking Back In The Sand

Cornwall is known for its luscious beaches and one of the best is in the heart of St Ives, known as Porthmeor. A huge stretch of beautiful, clean sand runs along the shorefront filled with shops, restaurants and more, allowing people the opportunity to stroll along and admire the beach from afar or find their very own spot of private sand to enjoy. Get there early on gorgeous days to stake your claim to a spot – it’s a popular beach.

Top Places To Visit

If you or the kids like all manner of sea life, wait until the tide is out and then head down to Godrevy lighthouse area for a hand at some rockpooling. It’s a great way to spend a couple of hours and views from the car park at the top of the hill are stunning offering great views of the lighthouse as well as St Ives across the bay. Surfers like the area due to the high waves, and you can rub elbows with them at some of the nearby cafes. Another great spot is Sennen Cove, a bit further along from Land’s End. It’s know for its intense crashing waves during stormy weather, so beware!

There you have a couple of great ideas for things to see and do while in Cornwall this summer – or really any time of year! There are dozens of amazing other things to check out, so this is only the tip of a very big – and surprising – iceberg. Enjoy!