Portloe sits at the end of a steep wooded valley in one of Cornwall’s most remote areas.
Mevagissey is a tight knit maze of fishermen's cottages, pubs and restaurants
The port of Charlestown, with its tall ships, retains the best of Cornwall's maritime past.
Beautiful Fowey - Avoid embarrassment! Its pronounced "Foy" as in "Joy"
Hidden up its own stunning creek on the river Fowey, Lerryn is a gem.
Eight miles west of Fowey is the famous pilchard and smuggling haven of Polperro.
the bustling quaysides of Looe are linked by its imposing 7 arched bridge
Portwrinkle is a pleasant little spot with an open and roomy feel to it.
Plymouth provides both an excellent arrival and departure point.