Cornwall is blessed with some stunning coastline and world famous locations. There is no shortage of inspirational spots for photography, art, swimming and great food. From St Michaels Mount, St Ives to Padstow and along the Camel Valley you are spoilt for choice when it comes to places to visit.
We have put together a list of our favourite locations based around a criteria or invigorating swimming, inspirational sceneries and delicious local produce.
We have included the Lat / Long Coordinates and "What Three Words" locations for each.
Jonathon Hardy swimming with support from Aerial Cornwall
Between the Gylly Beach Cafe and Pendennis Castle is great swim of just under a mile one way.
Gylly Breach Cafe is perfect for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Jubilee Pool (partial geothermal heating), is well worth a trip all by itself, but look just behind the pool and you find Battery rocks.
Praa Sands and the Sand Bar
Perfect for a swim or a surf, depending on the conditions.
The Sandbar is one of our all time favourites.
Prussia Cove - Secluded Swim Spot
A great beach on the north coast with beautiful food available just off the beach at the Blue Bar
Kynace Cove is an idyllic swim but be careful of the tides.
Annes Pasties and Bar in the Lizard are the perfect way to warm up after a refreshing swim.