August 3rd 2016

It’s true! Cornwall, in England’s southwestern corner is officially subtropical.

Experts at a British university have just announced that, using weather and environmental data, average temperatures there put the county on a par with parts of Vietnam and Mexico. All the more reason then to discover Cornwall on one of our Walks. From the smugglers’ Cornish Creeks and Coves so beloved by Daphne du Maurier, to the land of King Arthur and the mines of Poldark in North Cornwall, the ancient kingdom of Kernow is beautiful and unforgettable. Or why not take the two together and enjoy the cream of Cornwall back-to-back (and we’ll throw in a night’s accommodation in between). Take a look at some of the highlights, not forgetting a delicious Cornish cream tea along the way.


Tintagel Cornwall

In North Cornwall

  • Hike the South West Coast Path on the spectacular North Cornish Coast designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Immerse ourselves in the legend of King Arthur at haunting Tintagel Castle.
  • Explore lovely Port Isaac, a classic Cornish fishing village and the fictional Port Wenn in the TV series Doc Martin.
  • Discover Cornish mining history and the glorious coast that inspired the Poldark series of novels and where the recent TV drama was filmed.

cornwall creeks and coves

On our Cornish Creeks and Coves Walk

  • Explore classic Cornish creeks, coasts and cliffs.
  • Visit world famous Trebah Gardens and The Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • Find the settings for Daphne Du Maurier’s Rebecca and Frenchman’s Creek
  • See exotic plants and sunny beaches contrasting with steep cliffs and stormy seas in the Celtic county, home to some of Britain's most atmospheric landscapes.

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