5 Reasons To Fall For A Cornish September
With the summer crowds now heading home with a heavy heart, we’re setting our sights on Cornwall for a spontaneous September escape – here’s why…
ONE | Private Beach Bliss
With many young explorers now back in the classroom, the pristine, golden sands of Cornwall are once again tranquil and ready for new adventure. With hundreds of beautiful coves and hidden shores waiting to be discovered, often you'll find yourself strolling along your own private stretch, sand between your toes and the salty wind in your hair - bliss! We recommend packing up a picnic of your favourite Cornish goodies and settling in for the day, embracing the natural beauty of the coast.
TWO | A Sunny Forecast
With August proving a mixed bag of scorching heat and the occasional downpour, our sights are set on September for a late spell of glorious sunshine. With the forecast set to treat September travellers to beautiful crisp mornings and sun-dappled afternoons, we can't think of anywhere else we'd rather enjoy the rays than in our favourite coastal county!
THREE | Two-Wheeled Adventures
Another benefit of off-season escapes is the opportunity for outdoor adventures. The iconic South-West coastal path that snakes along some of the most breath-taking stretches of Cornwall is all at once peaceful and ripe for exploring. Take the two-wheeled route with your well-stuffed ruck-sack and cover some distance, or pull on your walking boots and feel that wonderful, fresh air fill up your lungs.
FOUR |. Off-Peak Perks
Despite the sun setting on another glorious summer, late-arrivals to Cornwall can still experience the same iconic tourist attractions but without the queues! Unforgettable days out including The Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan and Newquay Zoo are still open to the public, and with fewer crowds, you can get up close and personal with the exciting attractions on offer.
FIVE | Foodie Feasting
We might have waved the ice-cream vans off for now, but Cornwall still has so much to offer in terms of mouth-watering local fayre. Plump for an indulgent cream tea by the sea, with thick clotted cream and warm, fluffy scones, or tuck into a steaming bowl of mussels with locally-baked crusty bread. The award-winning restaurants and boutique cafes offer the perfect spot to while away an afternoon or enjoy an intimate supper for two, after which you can head back to the beach to walk off your treats!
If you're ready to start your next Cornish adventure this September, call our Xplore Team on 01625 416430, or book online below:
Rock & North Cornwall
Polzeath Beach, North Cornwall
Hustyns Resort, Rock & North Cornwall
Roundhouse, Rock & North Cornwall