Our April/May issue is out! Say hello to spring with our exploration of Cornwall's vineyards, a ramble across The Lizard Peninsular and a sneaky glimpse behind the scenes of Poldark with some of the Cornish cast.
This year the 28th May to the 5th June marks the national celebration of English Wine Week and it goes without saying that Cornwall is home to some top quality wines. Over the last twenty years, wine producing in Cornwall has sky rocketed and has managed to make itself a household name for the likes >> read more
He was one of the world’s most influential inventors and engineers and although his creativeness is now recognised for what it was, even Google put up a little something on their web page on his birthday one year, the recognition of the man as a genius was almost certainly neglected in the past and there >> read more
STAY… St Mary’s Hall Hotel Surrounded by Mediterranean gardens and situated just two minutes from Porthcressa Beach and five minutes from the harbour, St Mary’s Hall Hotel blends contemporary style with comfortable traditional settings. EDITORS VIEW – St Mary’s Hotel Spirit Restaurant… “I’d heard good things about >> read more
From the 9th – 15th April, the Isles of Scilly will host one of the best reasons to make the 28-mile journey from the mainland, the Walk Scilly 2016 week! It’s a chance to experience some of the best-guided walks in one of the most stunning locations in the British Isles. The event offers those >> read more
It’s nearly April! Okay, it seemed like only yesterday it was January but here we are…April! Spring is finally arriving, warmer days, lighter evenings and sunnier skies (hopefully!) If April has sneaked up on you like it has on us, here’s a list of some awesome things for you and the family to get up >> read more
The castles and museums of Cornwall take us back to days of old, teaching us about Cornwall's cherished heritage. Learn about the legends that link us to those that built, fought and lived on these sites hundreds of years ago.
With the summer season in full swing enjoy a traditional Cornish Cream Tea with these top twelve chosen by the team at myCornwall
Coffee, it can be as simple as adding hot water, or as complex as decorative froth and pumpkin-spiced syrups, either way we love it and we’ve rounded up eleven of the best coffee shops in Cornwall for you to visit on those quiet afternoons. These coffee shops are listed in no particular order, we recommend >> read more
This April you’ll have the chance to walk on the wild side of the Isles of Scilly thanks to Walk Scilly 2016. Check out what’s on offer during the week of super strolls, remarkable rambles and wonderful walks by picking up a copy of myCornwall magazine. Below we publish a few fabulous images to wet >> read more
“Sir William Botreaux ‘broke’ the Black Prince’s parks and ‘hunted and carried away his deer’ #Cornwall #Medieval https://t.co/YSM7EMdG8r”
When the weather is grim and you've had a long week at work... there is only one thing guaranteed to improve your mood - a mouthwatering Sunday roast in Cornwall.
Now that the rainy days are becoming more frequent, here are some ideas for things to do when your dry weather plans have been turned upside down by an unexpected downpour.
In celebration of #WorldFoodDay we have picked out five excellent farmer's markets in Cornwall to promote buying locally, supporting farmers, the economy and taking care of the environment.
To celebrate #WorldVegetarianDay, we've looked high and low across Cornwall and found the very best mouthwatering places to eat without meat.
There's no better place than Cornwall to enjoy fresh delicious seafood. Look out across the sea and dig into the freshest of fish at one of these amazing restaurants dotted along the Cornish coast.
“Hugh Triga was one of dozens who ‘cut a wrecked ship into little pieces and carried it away' #Cornwall #medieval https://t.co/lH1pS6niEM”
Cornwall's alluring countryside is filled with unusual wildlife, cascading waterfalls and ruins of Cornwall's past. Here is our local's guide to five enchanting woodland trails.
“John Carminow ‘assembled a huge multitude of evildoers’ and violently stole £1,000 of tin #Cornwall #Medieval https://t.co/WhgC7wovGh”