Cornwall and Devon
Cornwall and Devon Welcomes You
Cornwall forms a peninsula facing into the Atlantic encompassing a dramatic rugged coastline, wild moorland, surf-ready waves and hundreds of golden sandy beaches. Devon has sandy beaches, fossil-rich cliffs, medieval market towns and two moorland National Parks.
Their picturesque coves and historic quaint fishing harbours will leave you wanting more. Cornwall and Devon’s breath-taking coastline is over 500 miles, all walkable along the South West Coast Path, one of England's 15 National Trails.
Work up an appetite by exploring the region’s wild landscapes full of magic and mystery, following in the footsteps of authors such as Rosamunde Pilcher who have made Cornwall world famous. Enjoy Devonshire cream teas or pub lunches. Explore the wild open moorland of Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks, steeped in folklore, myths and old English mysteries.
The region has always been a place of great literary inspiration and a hub for those creatively minded, with its natural beauty and relaxed pace of life.
Don’t take our word for it, come and experience Cornwall and Devon for yourself.