Nestled in the South-western peninsula of the British Isles, Cornwall is a rich mix of fishing villages lying quietly in coves, and quintessential countryside hamlets, wildflower fields, dolphin-rich waters and deep lush woodlands. Sandy toes and sea salt breezes rejuvenate the mind and worries melt away when you spend days on golden beaches along the subtropical South, or explore the wild North coast for freedom-filled surf days. Steeped in legend and history, and proud of its heritage, breathtaking landmarks adorn Cornwall’s landscape. The dew-dropped vineyards of Camel Valley are the perfect place to sip some of the best wines on the British Isles. Michelin star restaurants are found across the county, tucked away in picturesque harbours like Padstow and coastal villages like Portscatho on the Roseland Peninsula. Restaurant Nathan Outlaw exclusively serves Cornish-caught fish from its home on the north coast, Port Isaac. An island bound by time and tide, St Michael's Mount rises above the skyline. Medieval pathways and exotic gardens cover its grounds, and the all-seeing castle is perched upon its peak. Carved into the cliffs high above the Atlantic Ocean and above the clearest blue waters of Porthcurno beach, The Minack Theatre fills the ocean air with the atmospheric sounds of its many dramatic productions.