With the signs of spring emerging and more daylight, we just adore March in Cornwall. From our favourite windswept walks on the beaches to celebrating Mother’s Day, we’ve put together a list of things to do in Cornwall in March.
Our favourite beaches in March
Cornwall is surrounded by some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK and March is a fantastic time to visit them, for bracing walks and to blow away those Cobwebs, three of our favourites at this time of year include Pendower and Carne on the South Coast and Godrevy beach near Hayle on the North Coast.
Just a short drive from the house is a beautiful village called Crantock, and starting back on 7 March is the wonderful Market. With the loveliest local growers, makers and an absolute treat for any foodie, we love visiting the market and it’s ideally located next to a playground, so everyone’s happy!
Another fantastic market to visit is Newquay Farmer’s Market, a pop-up market of local Cornish traders. This month, the market is taking place at The Griffin Inn in Newquay from 10.00 – 16.00 on Saturday 7 March.
Join in the celebrations of St Piran, the Patron Saint of Cornwall. St Piran’s Day officially takes place on 5 March every year. But celebrations are held in his honour across Cornwall throughout the month. Find out more about the celebrations Visit Cornwall site.
Join the fantastic Stranger Collective and poet and Word Factory founder, Cathy Galvin, and astrophysicist Nathan Mayne from 8.30-9.30am for their Creative Breakfast on 18 March. Kick start your day with a bumper boost of creativity and thought-provoking discussion as well as amazing views across Watergate Bay in the wonderful setting that is Watchful Mary. Tickets are £5 and include coffee and a pastry.
Located just a short drive from Trevessa, Ladyvale Bakery is a beautiful cafe with the most amazing selection of sweet and savoury treats. Looking for a Mother’s Day treat this month then book yourself and the Mum in your life for High Tea on Sunday 22 March.
Pop along to Nancarrow Farm on Saturday 21 March for a family day of fun and feasting. Meet the newborn lambs, feast on their delicious food and take spart in some outdoor activities. Book your tickets now.
Join cake baker extraordinaire Oona from Oona’s Cakes at the wonderful Potager Garden on Saturday 28 March and learn how to use edible pressed and crystalised flowers to decorate shortbread biscuits.
Taking place from 28 March – 12 April, Cousin Jack’s Theatre Company presents Percy Pengelly and the Wibble-Wobble perfomed in the round in a re-imagined big circus top at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens. Follow Percy’s fall from top tightrope walker to superstar pooper scooper.
A celebration of colour, coast, community and culture, the Falmouth Spring Festival from 19 – 29 March is a wonderful community festival with something for everyone. From the Falmouth Spring Flower Show to the whole array of events, guided walks and workshops that are taking place, it is a fantastic opportunity to explore Falmouth.
Don’t miss out on our very special offers for March, there are a number of discounted dates.