The county of Cornwall has the longest stretch of coastline in the UK, almost 300 miles. The North Coast is rugged with dramatic cliffs, steep valleys and spectacular coves; the South Coast is more sheltered offering fine golden sands. There are over 150 glorious beaches to choose from.
Inland, Cornwall offers green fields, rolling hills and woodland with Bodmin Moor offering a contrast of wild, exposed upland and granite moorland.
The Cornish climate can be described as mild throughout the year, as it is surrounded by the sea and benefits from the effects of the Gulf Stream. The weather can be changeable and different on the North Coast from the South Coast, this means you can generally find good weather somewhere in the region.