Cornwall is known for its great surfing, and the county is teeming with great spots. Here are some of the best ones to visit.
Fistral Beach in Newquay is arguably the most famous surfing beach in the United Kingdom, which means it’s busy but absolutely worth a visit. Swells of up to 8 feet will challenge intermediate surfers, too.
Gwithian Beach is found near Hayle and boasts a nice long wave that can fit plenty of surfers at a time. Wave sizes vary as you move along, so it’s a good spot for groups of mixed abilities.
Perranporth Beach is a nice long stretch of sand that almost always has surfable waves. Try the Penhale end, where the swell tends to be better.
Polzeath Beach in Padstow is a lovely place for beginners to try their hand at surfing thanks to gentle waves. It’s near Rock, known as the fanciest town in Cornwall.
Porthtowan Beach is a more challenging spot for experienced surfers, boasting fast waves that make it a favorite among locals.
Praa Sands Beach in Helston is another famous beach that draws plenty of crowds when conditions are good, but, luckily, there is a lot of wave to be shared.
Celebrated as a rich, historical and cultural center, Rome attracts scores of visitors every year. However, the capital of Italy isn’t known for its cheap price tag and budget accommodations. Luxury accommodations and upscale boutique hotels are the norm, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find your own secret budget stays in and around the city. Here’s where to start your search.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
My husband and I arrived to Kenwood Inn & Spa about an hour before check-in time and luckily our room was ready. The front desk attendant asked if we need assistance with our luggage, then escorted us to our room. Along the way, she pointed out the rooms past the lobby where the daily complimentary breakfast is served, as well as complimentary wine tastings. I enjoyed a glass of welcome Champagne as we made our way to the room.
TritonWear is an innovative IoT product that’s bringing elite sport analytics to everyday swimmers. The affordable and user-friendly technology was created by a Toronto startup and is aimed at swimmers looking to increase their speed and overall skill. The TritonWear platform, which includes both the wearable and the app, helps swimmers pinpoint weaknesses and reduce injury risk.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.