Historic Dartmouth Royal Naval College opens its doors for tours

After 108 years, the Dartmouth Royal Naval College finally opened its tours to the public. You can pre-book a place on two-hour guided tour of this historic building.

After 108 years, the Dartmouth Royal Naval College finally opened its tours to the public. You can pre-book a place on two-hour guided tour of this historic building.

Learn more about Royal Navy history and the men and women who serve our country aboard the fleet of ships and submarines. It’s a memorable tour for anyone interested in architecture, history or the Royal Navy.

Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary brings exotic wildlife to Cornwall

Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary is an amazing place to see exotic wildlife such as meerkats, lemurs, coatis, monkeys, ostriches and even a few farm animals for good measure. This popular attraction provides a home for needy animals and birds.

Porfell Wildlife Park and Sanctuary is an amazing place to see exotic wildlife such as meerkats, lemurs, coatis, monkeys, ostriches and even a few farm animals for good measure. This popular attraction provides a home for needy animals and birds.

Visit the petting farm, explore the authentic Maasai Village, learn to be a Falconer or be a Keeper for a Day at this superb wildlife sanctuary near Looe.

Hitting the bull’s eye at Dragon Archery

If you are looking for a challenging and unusual activity that will be a conversation piece for weeks afterwards, head to Dragon Archery near Holsworthy. This well laid out family business will have you slaying dragons and orcs in no time!

If you are looking for a challenging and unusual activity that will be a conversation piece for weeks afterwards, head to Dragon Archery near Holsworthy. This well laid out family business will have you slaying dragons and orcs in no time!

Read on to discover what a session at Dragon Archery entails before booking a family day out, birthday party, stag weekend or company team-building event there.

Bodmin: 5 reasons to visit and 5 fun facts

It's hard to imagine that the quiet town of Bodmin was actually the former county town of Cornwall during the tin mining era. In its rabble-rousing days it was the centre of the Cornish Rebellion in 1497 and the later Prayer Book Rebellion.

It’s hard to imagine that the quiet town of Bodmin was actually the former county town of Cornwall during the tin mining era. In its rabble-rousing days it was the centre of the Cornish Rebellion in 1497 and the later Prayer Book Rebellion.

Here are our 5 worthwhile reasons to visit Bodmin.

Spotting rare owls at the Screech Owl Sanctuary near Newquay

Bird lovers, wildlife enthusiasts and those looking for something different to do will all enjoy a visit to the Screech Owl Sanctuary in central Cornwall. It offers falconry demonstrations and hands-on opportunities with quite a menagerie of animals.

Bird lovers, wildlife enthusiasts and those looking for something different to do will all enjoy a visit to the Screech Owl Sanctuary in central Cornwall. It offers falconry demonstrations and hands-on opportunities with quite a menagerie of animals.

Butterflies and otters at Buckfastleigh Wildlife Sanctuary

One of Devon's most endearing attractions is the Buckfast Butterfly Farm and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary. The cute residents entertain all ages, especially at feeding time, and the butterfly house is ideal for showery days!

One of Devon’s most endearing attractions is the Buckfast Butterfly Farm and Dartmoor Otter Sanctuary. The cute residents entertain all ages, especially at feeding time, and the butterfly house is ideal for showery days!

Barnstaple: 5 reasons to visit and 5 fun facts

Located where the River Taw joins the Torridge, Barnstaple is within easy reach of Exmoor National Park and the Tarka Trail. It has a characterful historic town centre with some impressive buildings including the Victorian Butcher's Row. Stroll along Queen Anne's Walk to the "Tome Stone" where deals were "struck", visit the remains of the castle and browse the shops in the Green Lanes Shopping Centre.

Located where the River Taw joins the Torridge, Barnstaple is within easy reach of Exmoor National Park and the Tarka Trail. It has a characterful historic town centre with some impressive buildings including the Victorian Butcher’s Row.

Here are our 5 worthwhile reasons to visit Barnstaple.

Following in the poet’s footsteps on the newly extended Coleridge Way

Following on from the reopening of the National Trust Coleridge Cottage, the scenic Coleridge Way has now been extended. It runs for 51 miles across the Devon-Somerset border linking Exmoor National Park with the Quantock Hills.

Following on from the reopening of the National Trust Coleridge Cottage, the scenic Coleridge Way has now been extended. It runs for 51 miles across the Devon-Somerset border linking Exmoor National Park with the Quantock Hills.

Truro: 5 reasons to visit and 5 fun facts

The tiny city of Truro with its charming cobbled streets and grand townhouses makes a great place to spend a long weekend at any time of year.

The tiny city of Truro with its charming cobbled streets and grand townhouses makes a great place to spend a long weekend at any time of year. With excellent shopping, dining, history and architecture you can mix city pleasures with a riverside stroll.

Here are our 5 worthwhile reasons to visit Truro.

Adrenalin Quarry encourages visitors to jump off a cliff in Cornwall

Head down to Cornwall for some hair-raising activities in a flooded disused quarry. Try the Giant Swing, the 490-metre long zip wire and coasteering with a difference at Adrenalin Quarry.

Head down to Cornwall for some hair-raising activities in a flooded disused quarry. Try the Giant Swing, the 490-metre long zip wire and coasteering with a difference at Adrenalin Quarry.