SunGod started life in the UK and as a result, the brand have a soft spot for all things British. In honour of this, SunGod are sharing with you 5 Cornish spots to explore this September.
Specialising in custom optics and inspired by an endless quest for the next adventure, SunGod sunglasses and built from the brands trademark Adventureproof® Frame Material, meaning these are some seriously durable shades. So durable that all frames are covered by a lifetime guarantee, meaning any breaks, no matter how, SunGod will repair them and get them back to you as soon as possible, free of charge.
The summer isn’t over yet so grab your SunGod sunnies and grab your board because it’s time for a road-trip. Here’s SunGod’s top picks of where to go and what to do on your Cornish adventure….
Hit the Minack Theare at Porthcurno
Who said you had to head to Hawaii to find glittering turquoise seas, wave battered rugged coastline and white sands? Not us! Not only is Porthcurno beach exceptionally beautiful but perched on the cliffs above is the world famous open-air theatre, The Minack. Complete with breath-taking views of the bay, here you can catch a comedy, musical or drama and probably a dolphin or two out the back.
Snorkel at Kynance Cove
A regular ‘Cornwall or Caribbean’ Instagram post, Kynance Cove is one magical Cornish gem. Voted one of Britain’s best beaches, this picture of paradise is half an hour from anywhere but worth every second of the trip for on your arrival you will be treated with dramatic cliffs, soft white sand and clear, azure water – perfect for snorkelling in.
Surf at Sennen Cove
The embodiment of serenity, Sennen Cove is a small fishing town embedded into the rugged South West coast. Grab your surfboard and head to the beach for a spot of surfing, before clambering up to the cliff tops to watch the sunset as the dolphins frolic in the waves. Post surf, hit the Blue Lagoon for some legendary fish and chips.
Switch off at Gwenver Beach
Just a stone’s throw from Sennen Cove, Gwenver beach is a dedicated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that can only be accessed by negotiating a steep cliff path. It’s remote access means this is a secluded, quiet bay with no facilities but perfect for die-hard beach lovers who want to kick back with a quiet picnic, book or hit the superb surf.
Get Cultural in St Ives
Wind your way through the cobbled streets and drink in the charm of St Ives. While picking up a trinket or two from one of the many independent shops, be sure to get that Instagram worthy snap in the beautiful backstreets. Culture vultures will be in their element with a visit to the iconic Tate St Ives and the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden for a remarkable insight into the work of one of Britain’s most important twentieth century artists.
All sunglasses featured are the SunGod Sierras
Available for £45 non polarised lenses and £65 for polarised lenses.
Built from the brands trademark Adventureproof® Frame Material, SunGod sunglasses offer the ultimate in durability and protection and are complete with 2MM polycarbonate core lenses for precise optical clarity and complete impact protection, 100% UV protection, triple-later scratch resistance, anti-reflective and interchangeable lenses, lightweight all day-comfort and a matte-finish so that the frames stay in place when wet, cool, hot or sweaty.
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