It's that time of year again and so we've come up with our own list of Romantic things to do whilst in Cornwall.
1) Make like Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze and get down and dirty with a ceramic workshop. Ben Barker and Treeban pottery are just some of those offering tuition. For more info check out www.benbarker.co.uk/tuition
2) Visit the Barbara Hepworth museum in St Ives. If her sculptures (which some may see as having erotic overtones) don't get you going then her beautiful tropical garden is the perfect romantic setting for passing the time with a loved one.
3) Speaking of (arguably) erotic structures-why not head to one of Cornwalls many fertility rocks. Legend has it that if you rub up against one of these ancient stones then you increase your fertility by a whopping 500%!
4) Once fully loaded on the fertility front why not stay in the Chapel House on the picture postcard Chapel Street in Penzance? This place is a regular fixture in style magazines and is a great place to snuggle up on a stormy night.
5) Horse riding on the beach next to Michaels Mount (no sniggering). Not original, but who cares! It's horse riding! On the beach! jodhpurs! Whips! It's sexy!
6) Coastal walk. So many beautiful country walks in Cornwall which will take your breath away and get the blood flowing, but we all know it's the pub afterwards that's the real fun.
7) The pub. Dry off your clothes by the fire in one on Cornwalls lovely old country Inn's. Everyone's got their favourites, but we love the Old Coastguard in Mousehole, the Admiral Benbow in Penzance and the Tinners arms in Zennor. The Tinners Arms once played host to DH Lawrence, so bring a copy of Lady Chatterly's lover if you really want to spice things up!
8) Get messy with a chocolate workshop at "I should Coco" in St Ives. It's St St Ives! It's chocolate! Come on, what are you, a monk!?
9) No list regarding Cornwall would be complete without mentioning Poldark- So head to the set and see if you can catch a glimpse of everyone's favourite romper. Not sure if this is romantic. One for singletons perhaps.
10) Dolphin watching. What could be more romantic than floating on the high seas with your loved one in search of one our squeaky friends? (Don't answer that). Not only are Dolphins remarkably smart, but they are also thought to be incredibly romantic. It's even thought that Dolphins stay with the same partner for life. (Not sure if this is true-Don't google the mating habits of dolphins-least romantic mammals out there). The sailors are also hunky. (So says my partner).
There are Harbour tours from Penzance and St Ives daily.