Discover Cornwall’s Champagne Coast –a paradise for surfers, sun-seekers, beach lovers and foodies. Home to beaches like Polzeath and towns like Padstow, this is Cornwall at its chicest.
The North Cornwall coast is a paradise of golden sand beaches, incredible gastronomy and picture-perfect harbour towns.
From incredible surf at world renowned beaches like Fistral and Constantine Bay, to family-friendly golden bays like Treyarnon and Polzeath with ice cream vans on the sand, and hidden coves dotted along the coast path –there is a beach for every occasion here.
And when you’re tired of hitting the waves there are towns like Padstow on your doorstep, home to the Michelin starred No. 6 restaurant by Paul Ainsworth, as well as the synonymous Rick Stein offerings. Shop ‘til you drop in Wadebridge, a perfect base to pick up some groceries, a pasty– of course – and peruse the surfing gear in Ann’s Cottage.
Active-types can cycle the Camel Trail, perhaps calling in to pick up a bottle of local fizz from the Camel Valley Vineyard who produce some of the UKs finest sparkling wine (try the rosé!). The North Coast is home to picturesque Port Isaac, a popular filming location due to its idyllic scenery. This is land of myth and legend Cornwall too, Tintagel Castle is a must-see, a breath-taking sprawling ruin perched dramatically on the edge of land and sea. Enchanting Boscastle with its winding streets and striking harbour is home to a fascinating Museum of Witchcraft. Come for the beaches, the restaurants, the ocean-side cafés and surfing-chic culture, and discover the North Coast has all this and so, so much more…