Cornwall is stunning throughout the seasons, but September is truly something special. Read on for our take on how to get the most out of your 'Indian Summer' in Cornwall this September!
As the Atlantic current wafts sunshine our way from the Gulf of Mexico, Cornwall becomes one of the best places in the UK come September.
Cornwall is stunning throughout the seasons, but September is truly something special!
Whilst the seasons start to shift and the Autumn descends, we will be enjoying what’s left of the warm, calm spell of weather that comes with the ‘Indian Summer’.
There are many perks to enjoying Cornwall in September, other than the weather, Cornwall returns to a more leisurely pace. Schools are back, there is less traffic, chances of getting into your favourite restaurants become easier and most attractions will still be open through the autumn so your Cornish adventure can be a stress-free one.
If you are into water sports, boy are you in for a treat! The Atlantic brings swells of epic proportions making brilliant surfing conditions or excellent wave watching photography. Quieter waters can still be found for the novice surfer, paddleboarder, kayaker, and those into stand-up paddleboarding – a newfound favourite to many.
There is always something fun and exciting going on in Cornwall and September is no exception.
September in Cornwall is still a hive of activity with a festival calendar you won’t want to miss.
For the more relaxed traveller, Cornwall is the best place to be for a cliff top ramble, stroll on the beach or a picnic on a peak.
St Moritz is surrounded by stunning coast paths to Daymer Bay, Greenaway Beach and Polzeath Beach, all a short stroll from the hotel. All with spectacular scenery to overwhelm the senses, the salty fresh air soothes the soul and brings new meaning to a breath of fresh air.
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