The quiet and the tranquillity – with over 300 miles of coastline to explore when the crowds have gone from the summer rush it is nice to unwind and have the place to yourself .
Mild climate – as Cornwall lies on the eastern edge of the gulf stream, Cornwall in winter has comparable temperatures to Mediterranean resorts in the winter. you might see the odd daffodil pop up in December.
All year colour can be seen in some of the amazing lost gardens of Heligan , lanhydrock , trelissick – the mild climate will bring out the beauty for you all to see .
The storms are worth watching – the winter storms are great to watch but be safe! rain and big waves crashing against the coast is exhilarating to witness.
The views are breath taking – wrap up warm take the family and dogs and go on a coastal walk.
The Christmas lights are shining – take a trip to looe or polpero harbours – the lights are twinkling gently in the wind and you have the splendour of Christmas markets to enjoy.
Leave the surf to the pros – with most of the beaches disserted from the fair weather wannabes . the waves pound onto the beach in the winter leaving it for the real enthusiasts.
The beaches are dogtastic (dog friendly ) most beaches lift their dog restrictions during the winter – leaving miles and miles of tail wagging fun
Most years there has been ice skating at the Eden project – maybe a new dancing on ice star will be born ?
Its great for wild life watching watch the seals off the coast, basking sharks and puffins to amaze you.