We've been back from Cornwall for a couple of weeks now and it's really nice looking back at these photos.
We stayed in a lovely little cottage just a few minutes from the sea. The weather was completely gorgeous! We walked along the coastal path which was dotted with honeysuckle and wild flowers, down to secret coves and beaches.
Luckily there were a few local pubs on route to stop for a pint, crab sandwiches and mackerel pate on toast. Yum...
This was one of our favourite beaches called 'cow beach' we spent a lot of time here skimming stones, the sea was so calm.
We carried on walking to a pretty little fishing village called Durgan and up to Trebah Gardens. which had it's own secluded beach. It was like being in the south of France.
The next day we took a small passenger ferry to Helford Village and walked along Frenchman's Creek, which was so beautiful. You start out in the village then walk through the cool, damp, fern covered woods to a wild flower meadow which was alive with butterflies, birds and bees. There was a small art gallery and tea shop too, where we stopped for local apple juice and lemon cake, just perfect.. Then back along the creek to get the ferry back across the estuary.
I can't wait to go back already!