How stunning is that coast? I know I keepgoing on about it but it really is well worth coming on holiday to see.

Not only are youminutes from Crantock Beach but you can also take a coastal path from the park to GannelEstuary – sao really you’re perfectly situated with indulging in great cliff topwalk every single day.

whether you’re twitchers, wildlife watcheror serious walkers you can really indulge your passions here … but this coast isn’tjust for the avid ramblers … a short stroll down this way takes you to the tranquil PorthJoke Beach once you’re here you can break the bucketand spade out … or go searching for sea creatures in the rock pool … or perhapsa gentle swim is the refreshing, clean water This is Crantock village, just a short walkfrom the holiday park, and a beautiful place to have an amble around The cottages and tiny roads are typical ofa small Cornish village, and there are plenty of photo opportunities here.

And the pubs sell traditional Cornish ales,so it’s the perfect place to stop after a long walk.

But if you’re looking for something a bitmore lively, my next stop in just the ticket.

This is Newquay, the surf capital of Britain.

Whilst it does offer some of the greatest white water action in the UK, there are plentyof other reasons to spend time here… The town itself is a traditional seaside resortwith gift shops, chippies and plenty of places to pick up a stick of rock This is the world famous Fistral Beach, oneof the best surf spots in the UK, in fact one of the best in Europe.

They even holdthe European surf championships here.

And this is Morthenporth beach, just up theroad from Newquay but it’s a bit of a surfer’s secret, so don’t let anyone know I toldyou.