Half Term Fun: Our Favourite Family Activities

14 January 2017

It’s Half Term in February! We love Half Term as it’s a time when families visit The Atlantic for holidays and to make it even more fantastic, we offer kids for free for the Half Term, hoorah!

We’ve put together five of our favourite fun things to do when visiting Cornwall this February:

Visit The Eden Project

A trip to Cornwall isn’t complete until you’ve visited The Eden Project. There’s always plenty to do with biomes to explore, play areas, gardens and England’s longest zip wire!

Make a Splash

Swimming is a fun way to spend the afternoon! Take a dip in the luxurious indoor pool at The Atlantic or for some more high octane splashing around, why not head to Waterworld for some fun flumes!

Visit Holywell Bay

Holywell Bay Fun Park is a fun day out for all the family! Enjoy go-karting, battle boats, bumper boats, a trampoline, crazy golf and an exciting maze, plus there’s an 18-hole golf course for Dad (and of course, Mum will have to treat herself with a spa treatment when she returns to The Atlantic!)

Make Sandcastles

The beach is always fun, whatever the weather! We’re situated just a few moments from the famous Fistral Beach so why not wrap up warm and cosy and make sandcastles or spot the surfers on this fantastic stretch of sand. Better still, why not try surfing or bodyboarding yourselves with a fun lesson?!

See the Fish

For a fishy day out, visit The Blue Reef Aquarium and explore the fish, the octopus, seahorses and even sharks! Keep an eye out for the Loggerhead Sea Turtle, Omiros!

Are you planning a family holiday for Half Term this February? Make sure you give us a call! With panoramic sea views, an indoor pool and the beach just footsteps away, we’re the perfect place to make memories together and don’t forget, kids stay for free!

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