Family Holidays in Cornwall
Using its breathtaking coastal scenery, idyllic Blue Flag beaches and multitude of marine activities for messing about on the water; nothing surpasses a roseland holiday cottages.
If you would like to generate the form of treasured beachfront memories out of your youth for your young ones, then Cornwall – winner of finest holiday county for the fourth year running in the British Travel Awards 2012 – has it all.
1. Lovely Blue Flag beaches – If it is a beachfront holiday with a lot of sand and clear blue waters you happen to be after, Cornwall boasts five globally-recognised Blue Flag beaches.
From Porthmeor’s sweep of golden sand on the western side of popular coastal harbor St.Ives, to the north west facing Porthtowan beach which is perfect for surfers and industrious sand castle builders, these beach have been rewarded for their extraordinary water quality, beach facilities and safety standards. Also, Cornwall’s warm, summery climate lends itself perfectly to long fun-filled days in the beach.
2. Sailing, surfing and swimming – If your family love all things in and out of the water, roseland holiday cottages perfect. Cornwall is a mecca for marine enthusiasts and there are a lot of water sports to strive for newcomers through to experts.
If you’d like to catch some waves, Cornwall has a few of the finest surfing conditions in Europe. Look no farther than Widemouth Bay on the north beach which has something for all, including light waves for newbies, or for those craving a high octane ride, nearby Black Rock has summits that will reach ten feet.
If you fantasy feeling the wind in your sails, Cornwall has a year round sailing programme.
Charter a yacht to cruise the beautiful Cornish coastline, learn to sail a dinghy or, should you would like to sit and watch someone else do the hard work, choose a vantage point and settle in to watch one of Cornwall’s magnificent sailing regattas.