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The 10 best holidays in Cornwall for 2024

One such is Cornish Cycle Tours, which offers a five-day West Cornwall itinerary, starting in Porthleven and following the coast clockwise through Penzance, Sennen, St Ives, Redruth and Falmouth. The package includes accommodation at each stopping point, as well as the option to ride an electric bike.

How to do it: Cornish Cycle Tours (01637 889 156; cornishcycletours.co.uk) offers the five-night West Cornwall Cycle Tour from £717pp, including accommodation.

Connect with nature on Bodmin

Cornwall is full of beautiful places where you can attend a meditation workshop or a yoga retreat, but Cabilla does it a little differently. This year, the rural retreat on Bodmin Moor is running Dirty Weekend packages, which takes an earthier approach to reconnecting with nature. Alongside yoga sessions and sound baths, guests also get stuck into some vital conservation work, helping to replant temperate rainforest (while learning all about this beguiling but sadly threatened habitat) and getting a close-up look at Cabilla’s species reintroduction project (including an audience with the two resident beavers, Sigourney and Jean-Claude).

How to do it: Cabilla (cabillacornwall.com) offers two-night Dirty Weekend packages from £425pp, including accommodation and all meals.

Choose your Cornish adventure

With such a wealth of places to see and things to do, the hardest thing about a Cornish holiday is packing everything in. To help ensure you cover as much of your wishlist as possible, Experience Cornwall Tours offers a 5 Day Deluxe Tour Package, which allows you to pick and choose from a list of preset day excursions, with some of the county’s top attractions – St Michael’s Mount, the Eden Project, Tintagel – included as options.