Our top 10 things to do in September in Cornwall are all about the great outdoors. Get lost in a maze, watch the Hay Bale Push in Crantock, hand-feed penguins, go fly-fishing and play FootballGolf. All this plus drama, arts and music at Looe Live and St Ives Arts Festival.
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Make the most of the long sunny days of August with a Water Carnival, Folk Week and fireworks in some of Devon’s most popular towns and cities. With so much fun themed entertainment (mostly for free), why would you stay anywhere other than Devon this August?
There’s so much to do in Cornwall in August you’ll probably want to stay all month! From Boardmasters and Geekfest Festivals to England’s fastest zipline, RIB rides, heritage railways, open-air theatre, Circus Camp and helicopter trips to the Scilly Isles, Cornwall’s got it licked!
Tucked away on the North Cornwall coast, St Agnes makes a great place to stay. History, natural beauty, a microbrewery, foodie restaurants and new watersports provide plenty of good reasons to visit. We also add a few fun facts to make you smile!
Devon has a fine reputation for producing and serving some of the best and tastiest food and drink in the UK. It’s naturally the place to find the best food and drink festivals too! We’ve rounded up a baker’s dozen of the best food & drink Festivals in Devon, so tuck your napkin under your chin and get ready to drool! From picnics to pizzas and lobster to gin-making, these top food and drink festivals are a Devonshire feast!
Tate St Ives, beautiful beaches, boat trips and great food are just some of the great reasons to visit St Ives. Enjoy our quick guide to this quaint coastal town, discover some of the best places where locals sip and sup, and see how many of our fun facts you already know!
Summer’s in full swing in Devon in July, so let’s get out and have some fun! As well as beautiful beaches, surfing, sandcastles and watersports, why not spend a day at Plymouth’s The Box (free admission), go whisky tasting or try hot air ballooning over Tiverton Castle?
Few places beat Cornwall in July – there’s so much to do as the county embraces warm summer days and long evenings. Tour the amazing clifftop Minack Theatre, enjoy Rock Oyster Festival, cycle the Camel Trail, visit Charlestown Regatta and the Blue Reef Aquarium and see cute baby seals at the Seal Sanctuary.