As the summer season draws to a close and the blackberries begin to turn a deliciously sweet purple, it’s a brilliant time of year to get out there and learn more about what nature can provide. You could try your hand at searching for seaweed or sign up for a cookery course and learn how to search for and cook wild herbs and flowers.
Search for seasonal flavours in the hedgerows and on the shore.
Places to Eat
Newlyn Fermentary uses the process of fermentation to transform produce from growers in West Penwith into kefir, kimchi, sauerkraut and more. You’ll find their cool fermentary in a former art gallery in Newlyn, where they also offer curious visitors workshops in lacto-fermentation and water kefir making. Find out more here.
Many of the activities in our itineraries are accessible. Click on each individual experience to find out more about its accessibility. We advise that you contact the venue or experience provider in advance to confirm. You can also find information about accessible venues through Access Cornwall.