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Beach holidays are a favourite whoever you are. There is always something to do in this ever changing landscape. From the excitement of water sports such as surfing, paddle boarding or swimming to the more traditional passtimes of rock pooling, building sandcastles and sunbathing there is something for everyone.
The Penwith Peninsular, the western most tip of Cornwall, is well known for its arts and culture with the famous Newlyn School of Art and St. Ives School of Painting. The artists’ colony at Lamorna and the Minack Theatre at Porthcurno are both on the doorstep. There are galleries, museums and art shops galore in the area, with something sure to suit all tastes.
Whitesands Bay is a popular local surf spot and is also great for open water swimming, kyaking, paddle boarding and kite surfing.
Cornwall is renowned for its unique food and produce. From regional classics such as clotted cream teas and pasties to Michelin starred restaurants, there is delicious food to be found everywhere.
The Sennen area with its rugged cliffs, sand dunes and moorland is rich in wildlife with a great variety of flora and fauna. A good location for birdwatching with many sea birds and passing migratory species. There are frequent sightings of dolphins in the bay and basking sharks are occasional visitors.
Southwest Cornwall is a great place for walkers, with the Southwest Coast Path passing through Sennen Cove. Spectacular views and an abundance of wildlife make this a really special location. Whether it’s a gentle stroll to the next cream tea or a hike along the cliff top, there’s walking routes to suit all abilities and ages.