The idyllic town of Padstow is built on a hillside overlooking the Camel Estuary. The town is wonderful mix of quaint and modern with old crooked streets sloping down to the harbour. A lovely place for an amble round with some good shops.


Wadebridge is on the North Coast of Cornwall. There are superb family beaches nearby including Polzeath, Rock and Port Isaac. Annual festivals including Wadebridge's August Bank Holiday Weekend Folk Festival, and the renowned Royal Cornwall Show pull in the crowds. You've a mix of entertainment in and around Wadebridge.


Newquay, one of the nation's favourite seaside towns, exudes the laid back atmosphere you would expect from a town perched on Cornwall's Atlantic cliffs and bordered by 7 miles of glorious golden sandy beaches. It's a place where all the family gets to relax and enjoy a proper holiday - toes in the sand, ice-cream in hand. There's a different beach for every day of the week and glorious open spaces looking out to sea. The town manages to be both trendy and yet remains a great family resort - all wrapped up in the most fantastic coastal scenery.


Rock is a village in North Cornwall on the north-eastern bank of the River Camel, adjacent to the harbour town of Padstow. A well-heeled holiday haunt and popular water-sports centre. Sail, windsurf, water-ski or canoe in the sheltered waters of Daymer Bay, or take it easy with a spot of fishing or bird watching from the sand dunes. Said to have got its unusual name from the local quarry that once provided ballast for ships sailing from Padstow harbour on the opposite side of the Camel Estuary, Rock is a great place to find a seat, enjoy a drink and watch the world go by.


Cornwall’s one & only city, Truro thrived as a port and the prosperity of the late 18th & early 19th that continues to this day can be seen today in the elegant town houses that line the city’s streets.