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Activity holidays in Cornwall

Do you consider yourself something of an adrenaline junkie? Do you like to keep busy or try new things? If the answer to any of those questions is a resounding ‘yes’ then a holiday in Cornwall is most definitely for you!

The county is the perfect place to try something new, especially for those who want to make the most of coastal surroundings. But, what should you try and where can you do it? To help inspire you further, we’ve put together a guide to some of our favourite holiday activities in Cornwall that are right on our doorstep…


If you have a head for heights, don’t mind getting wet and want to try something that will leave you breathless then you simply have to try your hand at coasteering. For those who are unfamiliar with this ever-more-popular pastime, it involves exploring rocky caves and coves and the occasional jumping from cliff tops – into the Atlantic waves below.


We’re all familiar with how the Cornish coast looks as you gaze out to sea, but why not get a different perspective? With a sea kayaking expedition along the world-renowned Cornish coast, you’ll get up close and personal to nature, with dolphins, seals and birds all around. Plus you’ll also get to explore parts of the Cornish coast you’ve never seen before.


You can’t come to Cornwall, looking for adventure, without trying your hand at surfing. There are dozens of surf schools dotted around the county and just about every major beach has someone, somewhere nearby who can teach you the basics and get you out on the water in just a few hours. We love surfing at Watergate Bay, where you can let the team at Westcountry Surf School be your guide.


There are few better places in the world (in our humble opinion) to enjoy a walking holiday. From the enchanted Bodmin Moor and remote Lizard Peninsula to the often-overlooked Roseland Peninsula and the spectacular South West Coast Path. You really are spoilt for choice. So, lace up those walking boots, fill your flask to the brim and get out there!


If your idea of adventure is time spent on two wheels then why not check out Cornwall’s varied terrain on your bike? From the remote and sparsely-populated area of North and West Cornwall to the busier Camel Trail, Mineral Tramways and Clay Trails – there’s lots of great places to explore and enjoy.

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