Guide to: West Cornwall
Drive as far southwest as you can in the UK and eventually you come to the raw beauty of wild West Penwith, where the sea sparkles an iridescent turquoise and miles of white-sand beaches are punctuated by boulder-rich granite cliffs. The rugged moorland peaks between the peninsula’s two coasts are steeped in history and peppered with Iron Age monuments. It feels undiscovered and unspoilt, yet, excitingly, it also oozes a pioneering hipster vibe thanks to some of the most awe-inspiring cultural fillips and trailblazing restaurants, bars and hotels in the country. Thought you knew everything Cornwall had to offer? Think again.