When it rains in Cornwall, it really rains - but if you're on holiday you need to find something to do! Rainy day activities can be great fun, so where can you go in Newquay when it's raining?
Cornwall is well known for sun, sea and sand, but if you venture away from the tourist traps you can still find some less well known attractions. Here are a few of the best places to visit in Cornwall.
Cornwall's markets are a real day out - here's a list of Markets in Cornwall to help you discover the market days near to you.
How many castles are there in Cornwall? How many could you name? I was shocked to discover I didn't know all the castles as some of them are hidden away....
With miles of beaches, Cornwall is one of England's most popular holiday destinations. But the fun need not stop when the sun deserts you and the rain rolls in. Here are some things to do in Cornwall when it rains.
Visiting Newquay? Find the best beach for your relaxation - parking, food, loos?... find where
One of the strongest iconic images of Cornwall has to be the derelict tin mines dotted across the county. Some tin mines, like those at Geevor, cling precariously to the steep cliff edges, inspiring visitors to think of...
Dating back to the 14th Century, the Huer's Hut at Newquay is a fascinating building, perched temptingly on the headland of Newquay Bay, just beneath the Atlantic Hotel, yet visible from Killacourt.
Most people love a good Cornish pasty, but how do you know where the best pasty shops are? In Newquay and Cornwall you're surrounded by pasties to buy and eat - and these days most of them are fresh!
With three separate miniature railways running through a huge environmentally friendly conservation area in a wooded valley, enjoy wildlife and steam trains in a protected environment. Lappa Valley is a full day out for...