ST IVES: beach map. 'St Ives is virtually surrounded by sandy beaches. This photo was taken towards the high tide and when the tide is out there is much, much more sand with the harbour becoming virtually empty of water. You can also see that this photo was taken in the height of summer with the beaches busy. Winter is a different story and it is possible to have the whole beach to yourself at times.' ✫ღ⊰n
Watermouth Valley, Ilfracombe: Between Exmoor and Ilfracombe, on a cliff at the edge of Watermouth Cove, this site has amazing sea and sunset views from every pitch. Its sheltered private sandy beach has beautiful clear water. It's great for walking – the South West Coast Path runs through the site, and there's a pub round the corner.
10 of the best campsites in Cornwall From spectacular sites overlooking the Atlantic to posh ones offering caravans, yurts and tipis for camping softies, here are 10 of Cornwall's best, from the new Time Out Camping guide
Many consider Cornwall one of the most scenic stretches of coastline in England. You’ll find over 400 miles of amazing coast, sandy beaches, hidden coves and oodles of English heritage. As one of the few counties in England without a motorway, Cornwall is perfect for a driving holiday. With a fair-weather forecast and our hopes high that the Great British summer would hold out for us, we set off on the ultimate road trip in Cornwall.