Things to do & places to stay

We’ve put together a brief summary of some of the places you can stay and a few ideas of what you can do on your Cornish adventure along with links to useful websites. If you want a completely stress free holiday just let us know what you’d like to do on your trip and we’ll be more than happy to plan it all for you.



With  2728 miles of footpaths in Cornwall including the south west coast path which is one of the top walks to be found in the world, you’ll be sure to find a walk to suit all interests and abilities no matter how long or short that walk may be.

Visit the following website for downloadable maps and more information about walks in Cornwall.


Fun for all the family

There is an abundance of family friendly, educational, historical and fun packed attractions for visitors of all ages. From getting close to nature on land and at sea, discovering the county’s history, including visiting mystical castles and sites of world heritage, or just playing to your heart’s content at one of the many attractions and parks across the county, you’ll be sure to find something for all the family to enjoy.


Adventure sports & activities

If you’re an adrenalin seeker then Cornwall has plenty on offer for you to get your fix. Whether you want to surf, mountain bike, sail, kayak, paddle board, climb or dive the list goes on; there are plenty of adventure sports and activities for any age and any level for you to have a go at.  Why not try your hand at a new thrilling activity with a qualified instructor at one of the many adventure centres in Cornwall and really make this a holiday to remember.


Cornwall is blessed with some of the country’s most beautiful and diverse gardens with an array of plants that you won’t find growing anywhere else in the UK.  Many gardens are open year round so can be enjoyed throughout the seasons.



With 300 beaches along the Cornish coastline you’ll be spoilt for choice on where to go to feel the sand between your toes.  If it’s surfing and bodyboarding you’re after then the north coast is where you’ll be most likely to find the crashing waves or if it’s something calmer you want then head over to the south coast and head to one of its beautiful secluded bays.  Don’t fret if you just want to sun yourself and find the sky covered in cloud on the north coast as there’s a good chance it won’t be on the south coast and vice versa, so just hop into your van and run to the sun!


Listed here are a few campsites we think you might like. If you stumble across anymore hidden gems then we’d love to know about them.


Ruthern Valley Holidays, Bodmin

Secret Garden

The Secret Garden, Penzance


Botelet Farm, Liskeard


Treen, Penzance


The Old Farm, Praa Sands, Penzance

Penwarne Farm
Penwarne Farm, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth


Bay View Farm, Looe


Cerenety Eco Camping, Bude

Henry’s Campsite, The Lizard