Easter - Holidays in Cornwall with private hot tub. Static Caravans in Newquay
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Easter is a great time to visit Cornwall:
- Average temperature: 10°c
- Average daylight hours: 11 hours
- Average sea temperature: 9°c
March is a fantastic time to visit Cornwall! Celebrate the patron saint of Cornwall, then join in with some springtime festivities in Falmouth at the Falmouth Spring Festival! For those night time lovers, look up to the sky and gaze in awe at the twinkling stars above you. Say goodbye to the darker winter months and say hello to these wonderful spring activities!
Celebrate St Piran’s Day!
What better time to visit Cornwall than during the St Piran’s Day celebrations! Each year, the Patron Saint of Cornwall is celebrated across the county. A number of towns and villages across the county celebrate with parades and the distinctive black and white flag takes pride of place.
The flag of Saint Piran is recognised as the Cornish flag, with a black background and a white cross in the middle. The flag is said to represent the discovery of tin in Cornwall, with the white metal coming from the black Cornish rocks.
Falmouth Spring Festival
Thursday 19th– Sunday 29thMarch
Join the University of Exeter at the Falmouth Spring Festival and immerse yourself in a celebration of coast, community and culture! The 10-day festival has a number of events that are not only fun, but also gives people a chance to give back to the community of Falmouth!
The organisers are planning a range of activities to take part in, including Spring Clean Days, a Paint the Town Yellow Day and guided walks! You also mustn’t miss the 110thdisplay of the Falmouth Spring Flower Show, Cornwall’s oldest flower show!
Paint the Town Yellow Day
To start the week of festivities, Falmouth becomes ablaze with yellow! Thousands of daffodils are handed out to shoppers and businesses in the town by local school children.
Spring Clean Days
Friday 20thMarch & Saturday 21stMarch
At the heart of what the festival is all about, giving back to the community, join in either (or both!) of the “Falmouth Spring Clean Days”. Over the years, these days have included activities from landscaping, to litter removal and also planting in parks and different areas across the town. It’s a great way to show your love to the beautiful town of Falmouth, whether you live there or are visiting!
Falmouth Spring Flower Show
Saturday 28thMarch & Sunday 29thMarch
Adults – £3, Children – FREE
Enjoy a display of beautiful spring, exotic and rare flowers at the Falmouth Spring Flower Show, held at Princess Pavilion, Falmouth. A range of new and heritage daffodils are displayed, as well as floral art, photography and artwork created by local children.
Look up to the sky and get stargazing!
The Kernow Astronomers are hosting a stargazing event at Trerice on 29thFebruary! After being guided through the clear Cornish skies, with telescopes, talks and displays, it only seems right to continue your stargazing into March!
We’re lucky to have very little light pollution in Cornwall, so make the most of your newly found skills developed with the help of the Kernow Astronomers. Sit back, look up and gaze at the night sky!
Some of the best constellations to see in March are Cancer, Canis Minor and Leo!
Best places to stargaze in Cornwall:
- The Lizard Point
- Trelissick Park
- Godolphin Hill
- Bedruthan Steps