Christmas is coming
The beaches in Cornwall become perfect for walking on without fear of treading on a prize winning sandcastle. Many of the beaches are dog friendly but in November those beaches which do have restrictions have them lifted (apart from a handful) creating more areas to explore. Coastal walks remain popular in the cooler months and the South West Coastal Path Association provides invaluable information to help plan your walk.
Christmas in Cornwall is about the food and drink and November sees the start of the Christmas markets with many National Trust Houses playing host to them. Don't miss out on a chance to stock up on your favourite local produce or try something new. They are worth a visit to see the decorations, enjoy a glass of mulled wine and soak up the atmosphere.
The Eden Project is once again looking after Father Christmas and his elves and for a truly magical experience look no further. They also have an ice rink which is lots of fun and caters for even the youngest skaters or have a go Grandparents! It may seem early to be mentioning the big man but The Eden Project is very popular and booking is essential to ensure a space. Father Christmas is coming to Looe around mid-day on Saturday 2nd December and the Christmas lights will be switched on that afternoon.
Towards the end of November sees our towns and villages looking their prettiest with their Christmas lights.