Enjoy exploring the 30 acre woodland garden at Burncoose. It is open throughout the year and has a long track record of winning gold medals at the Chelsea Flower Show
Truro is where Cornwall heads to shop, there is no shortage of big names on offer including The White Company, Joules, Seasalt, Jack Wills, Pandora, Waterstones, Lush, Jo Jo Maman Bebe, White Stuff, L'Occitane and of course Marks and Spencer.
Visit the oldest gardens in Cornwall that was previously owned by Robert de Enys during the reign of Edward I. Go and visit the unusual plants that have been brought back across the world.
Guild of Ten
The Guild of Ten is a small independent gallery selling fine contemporary crafts and design by leading Cornish makers
National Trust Trelissick
Visit this beautiful National Trust estate close to Truro. You can enjoy wonderful woodland walks through the gardens, parkland and wooded estate.
Trewithen Garden and House
Visit the internationally renowned Trewithen Gardens and House. Open from March until the end of June it is a wonderful place to see in the springtime
Visit the iconic Cathedral that is situated in the heart of Truro. With free admission it is one attraction that is not to be missed!
Bosvigo is an idyllic garden created by owner Wendy with summer in mind. It is a superb garden with the ideal balance between formal and informal showcasing a variety of distinct gardens
Lemon Street Market
Visit Lemon Street Market, a unique shopping venue with fantastic independent stores selling jewellery, crafts and more!
The Pannier Market
Discover Truro's largest indoor market on the Lemon Quay. Pannier Market is home to over 30 traders for you to explore!
Royal Cornwall Museum
Visit the Royal Cornwall Museum in the centre of Truro to see historical artefacts from Cornwall and all around the world.
The village, with its picturesque harbour, is a popular tourist destination. Among the attractions are the Museum of Witchcraft,Uncle Paul's Emporium, the Boscastle pottery shop, and access to the South West Coast Path.
Much of the land in and around Boscastle is owned by the National Trust, including both sides of the harbour, Forrabury Stitches, high above the Boscastle and divided into ancient "stitchmeal" cultivation plots, and large areas of the Valency Valley, known for its connections to Thomas Hardy.
The former harbour stables (part of the National Trust estate) are now a youth hostel run by YHA, popular with walkers. The National Trust runs a shop at the harbour, and a visitor centre in the Old Smithy.
Tintagel is situated on the North coast of Cornwall and is renowned for its association with the legend of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table. The magic of the association is captured particularly by the castle, King Arthur's Castle, which is reached by steps leading from the main land. Originally the Castle was attached to the main land but by erosion over the years a bridge had to be built. It is a hard climb to the top but well worth it. The Castle is maintained by English Heritage. There are many beaches in the area, for surfers Trebarwith and Bossiney are the main attractions, but the Castle Beach is renowned as a very safe bathing beach. For the visitor to Tintagel there are many attractions to see in the village apart from the cliffs area. Nearby are the lovely villages of Boscastle and Delabole, the town of Camelford and the pretty fishing village of Port Isaac
Lovely little old town full of hidden streets with so man shops, You can take a boat ride out to Seal Island, Fishing trips.
Across the clifftops or a stroll along the beach ( short drive down the hill)
brings you into the small town of Perranporth, Plenty of little gift shops, local amenities a lovey Ice cream shop with 50 flavours (YUM)
Perranporth is renowned for its surfing schools and beaches.
There is a local stables to the park called Reen.
where you can hack through the countryside and twice a week they do beach hacks