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Easter Fun in Cornwall: 2023 Edition

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Easter is a time for family, friends and fun. If you’re looking for something to do in Cornwall this year, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best Easter activities in Cornwall for 2023.

1. Visit Newquay Zoo

A guaranteed fun-filled day for all the family! You can always rely on Newquay Zoo for an exciting Easter, perfect for animal lovers of all ages. Get up close to wildlife from around the globe, and learn about the importance of conservation at this wonderfully exciting and educational zoo. They often put on some eggstra activities for the little ones to enjoy over Easter, so this is a great choice to make lasting family memories. 

2. The Bluebell walk at Enys Gardens

The gardens at Enys are a perfect place for a peaceful walk. The bluebells are in full bloom and the paths are scattered with their petals – a great spot for a whimsical photo op! The gardens are vast and there are so many different paths to choose from, so it’s easy to find a quiet spot to yourself. Last year, the garden hosted its own Easter egg hunt, so look out for what’s on during your visit! Just a 38 minute drive South from Newquay.

3. Take the kids for a surf lesson!

Surfing is a great way to spend time with your family, and what better time to do it than Easter? The waves will be up and the weather is usually great this time of year.

There are a lot of surf schools in the area, so finding one won’t be a problem. Escape Surf School has 2 ex-pros on the team, so well worth a call! Kids never forget that time they went surfing in Cornwall, and they’re sure to brag all about it to their friends! So why not take the plunge and sign them up for a lesson this Easter? You might very well inspire a life-long passion.

4. Explore the South West Coast Path

If you’re looking for an exciting and adventurous day out, why not explore the south west coast path? The path runs all around Cornwall, so there’s plenty to see and do! What’s more, it’s perfect for a family day out – with plenty of space to run around and tire yourselves out!

The path winds its way through some of the most beautiful and scenic coastal countryside, so make sure you take the time to stop and enjoy the views. There are also plenty of small towns and villages along the way, each with its own unique character.

The south west coast path is a great place to get active, too. There are plenty of hiking and cycling routes to choose from, so you can make your day as challenging or as relaxed as you like. If you need a break from all the exercise, there are plenty of beaches and seaside towns to relax in.

5. See the Eden Project in full bloom

The Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s most popular tourist destinations, and for good reason. In springtime, the attraction is in full bloom, with beautiful gardens and plenty of family-friendly activities to enjoy. There’s something for everyone at the Eden Project, from exciting adventure playgrounds to fascinating exhibits on nature and science. Plus, the location is simply stunning, set in the heart of Cornwall’s lush green countryside in a reclaimed China clay pit. A visit to the Eden Project is the perfect day out for families in Cornwall this Easter. 

Book your Easter holiday today!

There’s no need to wait until the last minute to book your Easter holiday – we’ll help you find your perfect self catering stay in Cornwall today. We have everything from luxe sea view apartments to cosy countryside cottages to choose from, so you’re sure to have an unforgettable family holiday in Cornwall. Find them all here.

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