Cornwall is so much more than just the seaside. Below is a little list of some not to be missed treasures. ENJOY!
The Minack is a unique open-air theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic Ocean. Built by one extraordinary woman, Minack is an amazing place to visit, whether you visit to see a show or just want to look around and enjoy our spectacular setting.
Wild Moon Forest Days is a woodland theatre adventure for all ages, a celebration of the wild, and the wild magic of life! Like wandering into a fairy tale forest, Wild Moon Forest Days offers a wild-hearted welcome, weaving a summer spell of woodland wonder with Rogue’s theatre magic, incredible live music, breathtaking dance, humour, and a collection of moon-spun tales.
The Wavelength Drive-in Cinema is back for the second year running. Bringing you a summer of family favourites, cult classics and iconic surf flicks overlooking Watergate Bay. Wavelength surf magazine are hosting the ultimate drive-in cinema season this summer, with an even larger LED screen every weekend from Friday 16 July until Sunday 5 September.
Wild swimming is a trend that has taken off through the varying stages of the pandemic and Cornwall has some of the country’s best swimming locations and the cleanest waters to take your debut wild swim.
Their unique tours are relaxed and friendly and the location is stunning.
Sitting on the terrace sipping Camel Valley wine on a summer’s afternoon is magical. You’ll find their attitude refreshingly down to earth – there’s no snobbery here, just a deep and enthusiastic love of winemaking that we hope you’ll find infectious.
If a tour’s not for you then they also sell wine by the glass or half glass on the terrace throughout the day, which is a very relaxed and enjoyable way of tasting wine and enjoying the wonderful view.