We are so lucky to have some of Cornwall’s (and maybe even the world’s!) best and most beautiful beaches, right on the doorstep of our gallery. Whatever the weather, the Roseland Peninsula beach offerings never fail to impress and although I think it’s fair to say that most of us prefer a beach visit on a warm summers day, the year round mildness of Cornwall in comparison to the rest of the UK makes any month of the year a pleasant time to visit.
In Tregony, the gateway to Roseland, the tips of Cornish spring shows it’s buds often as early as December and the subtropical gardens at Trebah and Glendurgan are already awash with springtime bloom by the beginning months of the year. From here, you can make your journey down to the woody Roseland Peninsula, bursting with natural beauty in the form of wild woodland, winding creeks and of course a plethora of stunning beaches between St Mawes and Veryan Bay. Our surf may not be quite as rough and ready as the crashing waves in the North of Cornwall, but the tranquillity of the Fal’s gentle waters lends its own unique magic to our home coastline.