Wasson?! Or 'Hi' to those of us North of the Tamar Bridge! To celebrate St Piran's Day, (AKA Cornwall Day) let's take a dive into Cornish waters with our favourite things to do in Cornwall...
1) Explore Cornish Rockpools
As regulars to the Cornish coastline growing up, my sisters and I loved nothing more than spending our long summer days exploring the wonders that Cornwall's beaches had to offer. From the North Coast's sandy beaches to the South's wondrous coves we would spend hours searching for crabs, starfish and everything in-between!
2) Eat Pasties (of course!)
As self-confessed pastry addicts, Cornwall's plethora of delicious pasties, pies and pastries are enough to keep us coming back time and time again. According to Great British Life
the best place to bag a pasty is St Ives Bakery in (you guessed it) St Ives. We know where we're going as soon as lockdown is lifted...
3) Visit The Eden Project
The world's largest indoor rainforest is worth a visit for so so many reasons - not only a fantastic day out for all ages, but also an educational charity and social enterprise doing real good for a huge variety of causes.
Inspired by long summer days exploring enchanting Cornish rock pools, our Cornwall products
are beautifully scented with Rock Salt and Driftwood - a mesmerising floral marine scent where refreshing notes of seaweed and green algae lie in cool rock pools livened by a fresh coastal breeze and enhanced by touches of cyclamen and water lily. At the base of the fragrance, sparkling salt-crusted driftwood is warmed by amber, patchouli and musk.