Soak in the sounds of Cornwall

Enjoy a few minutes to yourself with our journeys through Penwith and beyond


At Seasalt we feel lucky to live and work in such a beautiful part of the world. The nature around us never fails to help us stop, breathe and enjoy the moment.

This year we’re celebrating our 40th birthday by sharing our love of Cornwall, the backdrop and heart of our team’s rich and exciting designs. We know you love this part of the world as much as we do, so our talent film team have created these soothing pieces for you to enjoy. Sit back and relax as we take a few short journeys through the scenes and sounds of Cornwall.

These films could be a perfect accompaniment to a few minutes of mindfulness – get started with expert (and Seasalt teacher) Vici William’s top tips.

From Coverack harbour, a safe haven for working boats tucked on the easterly side of the Lizard, we move to the far western tip of Penwith peninsular, to the old mine workings of Botallack that stand as ghostly reminders of our industrial past. Next door, Pendeen Lighthouse warns passing ships away from the shore. Further east, clouds pass over the quiet, rolling hills of Bodmin moor, where The Cheesewring keeps silent watch over the landscape. Back west, Longships Lighthouse can be seen from the wild, exposed spaces of Land’s End. We sail home to Mevagissey.

Gulls flock to try and steal a bite of a fishermen’s catch out from Coverack harbour, whilst vibrant and weathered fishing boats rest together. The sea is a place of work and play, with surfers enjoying the waters of Gwenver, just a couple of miles from Land’s End. Moving inland, Laddock Woods whisper stories and secrets under her boughs. Stopping by Penzance, we finish with a view across to our magical, fairy-tale castle: St Michael’s Mount.

Wild and weathered moors at Carn Galver are covered with heather and gorse, dramatic cliffs at Botallack give way to rolling waves. Inland, Golitha Falls rushes towards the sea. The harbour wall at Mevagissy stands as a bastion against winter storms. Coast path walks from Gwennap Head to Porthgwarra treat us to expansive views and ever-changing colours.

The landscape of Penwith, our westerly home, inspired our new collection.

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