These balmy late summer days are just perfect to walk along the tranquil coastal footpaths and soak up the sun on the empty beaches
The sea has never seemed bluer than this month as the heat wave changed our lives to a Mediterranean rhythm, as day after day of endless sunshine spread before us.
March madness has gripped the weather again this week and it temporally lost the plot for a while but has just got a grip on reality in time for the Spring equinox. The bright spring days of last week have been replaced by earnest sessions of filling the bird feeders and bringing all of the […]
This February’s first golden days of spring, changed just a quickly into ice and snow as the month drew to a close and looking back now it almost seems surreal. The taste of Arctic life with “The Beast from the East” transformed our normally sub tropical Cornish climate into another world and it will live […]
I must admit I was excited at the prospect of a rare snowfall here in West Cornwall over the last weeks. A dusting of those magical icy crystals does add an adventurous spice to our normally subtropical climate and when I opened the front door on the predicted morning? Well there was definitely a powdery […]
Trenow is one of the little sheltered coves that ring Perranuthnoe, within sight of Marazion and St Michael’s Mount.
A walk along the coastal footpath with a lovely view over Perranuthnoe
A wonderful way to end the day is a walk along the beach in the sunset and for us it should be an easy thing to plan. Perranuthnoe’s Beach is just at the bottom of the village
Perranuthnoe sits dreamily at the bottom of the valley beside a sandy beach. A peaceful unspoilt village of granite farmhouses andcottages clustured around a square towered church
Perranuthnoe beach is a tempting tidal expanse of soft sands flanked by warm tamarisk framed terracotta cliffs. Perranuthnoe Beach is justifiably popular with locals, visitor and passing walkers all the year around.