Cornwall is renowned for its surfing with the North Cornish coast offering some
Cornwall offers the cyclist an enormous variety of cycling from quiet country lanes which meander through picturesque villages and ancient harbours
to the off road Camel Trail and Cardinham Woods. Why not bring your own bikes?
Cornwall is a walkers' paradise offering some of the most scenic stretches of coast and countryside. A popular attraction with many visitors is the
South West Coastal Footpath and the
There is no better place to play golf than in Cornwall, offering an abundance of golf courses to suit all abilities.
There are numerous ways to enjoy thrilling activities getting to see Cornwall's beautiful countryside and coastline at the same time.
Explore the countryside on horseback with a riding establishment which caters for all ages and levels of ability.
Cornwall offers a wealth of fishing experiences from rock and coarse fishing,
mackerel to shark fishing. Padstow
harbour offers a wide range of fishing and
leisure trips including wreck and reef bottom fishing and mackerel fishing as
well as dolphin watching, sightseeing and puffin watching.
a genuine old fishing port with its labyrinth of fascinating narrow streets
and Cornish cottages where fishing trips can be taken from the harbour and
there is a ferry to the nearby port of Fowey.
Kite surfing on north coast of Cornwall
Surfers at Polzeath beach