Visit Cornwall – Valentine’s Day 2015
Valentine’s Day, we all celebrate in our own special way. Some us enjoy a relaxing dinner together, others take a beautiful moonlight stroll (some opt for the less conventional and go to miniature golf or paintballing). Whatever your choice, it’s all about showing that special someone just what they mean to you.
Cornwall is a romantic place. It is truly one of the most awe-inspiring areas of the country, so why not bring your paramour here and experience the wonder for yourselves. Take a lovers walk from Polzeath to Portreath. A famous wartime poem and a breathtaking sandy cove surrounded by gorse and woodland, with a rocky archway to a collapsed seacave, this is a truly romantic setting. There are spectacular views out over Padstow Bay and beyond, as well as a puffin island and volcanic pillow lavas.
If eating is more your style then check our Visit Cornwall’s guide to the best places to dine this Valentine’s Day Whether it’s a six course feast or a sharing plate, you and your betrothed are sure to rediscover your love for each other.
Forget walking and eating, if dancing is more your thing then Heartlands could have what you’re looking for. Junkyard Jive are presenting A Valentines Razzle, celebrating the music of the 50s. With live music and a 1950s dress code, you can relive your youth and jive the night away.
Whatever you choose to do this Valentines, make sure you enjoy it!