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Sea & SurfCornwall

Windswept coastlines whip sea spray around the lighthouses and historic, crumbling tin mines, heather-strewn moors and haunted pubs. Cornwall is a county filled with historical significance and mythical tales, and as an official Area of Outstanding National Beauty, it is preserved for generations to come. Admirers flock from far and wide to sample the delights of this extraordinary county, from surfing in the hundreds of picturesque bays to hiking the well-trodden Bodmin moor, the highest area of Cornwall.

The county of Cornwall is in the South West of England, forming the westernmost part of the south-west peninsula. It is bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea, to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by the county of Devon.

Explore Cornwall

Adventures that you can do on your own, with the right knowledge, skills and equipment

Local Guides

Find local specialists who provide organised adventures in this area, great for those without experience or equipment

    Adventure Inspiration

    Everyday Adventure stories from Cornwall