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Cornwall, England

A misty sea line and a ready-salted, rugged landscape makes Cornwall among Britain’s best-loved coastlines – and a destination for surfers seeking large Atlantic swells, flaxen sands and wonderfully laid-back living.


Less than two miles from Land’s End, Gwynver beach is an exposed point break with serious surf pretty much all year round. The boisterous sister to the more beginner-friendly Sennen, strong swell can reach six feet, with A-frame peaks on a good day. Though the banks can shift, the power of the waves rarely attenuates, so you’ll need some previous experience and an Imok full wetsuit to handle the force of the ocean. Situated at the base of steep granite cliffs, you’ll need to be prepared, too, for the long path down through the sand dunes (we suggest pulling on our Vale leggings and sturdy sneakers).


Sitting above champagne sands and turquoise waters is the charming Carbis Bay Hotel. Overlook the north coast whilst relaxed in our Misty towelling pants and tops, eating freshly baked scones with Cornish clotted cream in the afternoon. End the day with a trip to the hotel’s spa, you’ll be guaranteed a restful stay.


Look beyond the picture-postcard Cornish towns to Newlyn, a working port with the seafood to prove it. Argoe is its stand-out restaurant, a stripped-back, cedar-clad cabin overlooking the harbor with sharing platters of fresh fish straight off the boat. Masterminded by local resident and fishmonger Richard Adams and former Rochelle Canteen chef Ben Coombs, you can’t miss the baked ray cheeks or the spider crab, washed down with a glass of Hendre Huffcap sparkling perry.  


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