Dog Friendly Beaches in Cornwall

Short breaks in Cornwall at Easter and Spring

Spring and Easter short breaks in Cornwall are extremely popular, and it’s easy to see why. This magical county awakens from its winter slumber and the temperatures start to rise. Walks on the beach become a must and weekends are set aside for adventure!

The county’s major attractions are once again open for business and the events calendar is in full swing, with some must-see things-to-do lined up! But the beauty of short breaks in Cornwall in Easter or Spring don’t end there. They are also perfect because you escape the queues that sometimes appear in the summer and the traffic is also a fraction of what it can be in those busy peak months.

At Treworgans Holiday Park near Newquay we also offer some great deals on short breaks in Cornwall, for those who are looking to get away for three nights or more. Contact us for more information or book on-line to reserve your short break now…

To tempt you further we’ve put together a list of our top 5 Easter and Spring time events in Cornwall, all of which are very much worth a visit!

Cornwall Spring and Easter events

Falmouth Spring Festival, 10th – 28th March, Falmouth
This festival celebrates Falmouth’s open and green spaces. Here you can take part in guided walks, garden spring clean events or get some hints and tips with a Gardeners’ Question Time and a Spring Fair.

St Endellion Easter Music Festival, 23rd March – 3rd April, near Port Isaac
For music lovers, and indeed those who enjoy Bach, this is one not to be missed. The music festivals are held twice a year – in the Easter and Summer in the beautiful Collegiate Church of St Endelienta, bringing together musicians from all over the world

Cornwall Spring Flower Show, 2-3 April, Boconnoc near Lostwithiel
The biggest garden and flower show in Cornwall. This annual celebration sees exuberant displays of camellias, daffodils and rhododendrons along with show gardens, trade stands and competitive classes – all held at the beautiful Boconnoc Estate.

Porthleven Food and Music Festival, 16th/17th April, Porthleven
Venture to the south coast of Cornwall for cooking demos, food and craft stalls and live music all around the harbour of the picturesque town of Porthleven. There’s also dancing, a young person’s area with performances, music and art. Well worth a visit!

Trevithick Day, 30th April, Camborne
Cornwall pays homage to engineering genius and inventor Richard Trevithick. See an impressive display and celebratory convoy of vintage steam powered vehicles, model exhibitions and fairground rides. It is a great day out for the whole family!

One Response

  1. Anna says:

    You’re right, the spring is a great time to visit cornwall because it’s off-peak but as you show there’s still loads going on. I love the Falmouth Spring festival as it really brings the community together and the whole town comes out full of life and colour. Windows and shop displays and filled with daffodils and other bright decorations and the stunning flower show is not to be missed. It’s so inclusive and there are so many fun activities to get involved in whatever your age, from walks to runs to forages or simply drinking lots of cider!