PUBLISHED: 12:22 27 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:21 30 August 2017

On a warm day, there is nothing better than enjoying a delicious ice cream on the Cornish coast. We have found 7 of the best parlours in the county to pick up a scoopful by the sea...

Jus’ Desserts, St Ives

Enjoy a classic Mr Whippie, or for the more adventurous, try flavours including pistachio and Baileys coffee or lime and berry, at Jus’ Desserts in the picturesque setting of St Ives. Don’t forget to take advantage of the toppings, they’re free!

Pavilion Ice, Perranporth 

Pavillion Ice is home to luxury Cornish handmade ice cream in gluten free cones and has been since 2012. You’ll be spoilt for choice with over 25 different flavours to choose from including black jack liquorice or New York Cheesecake ice cream.

Perran Dairy, Perranporth 

For over 50 years Perran Dairy have been serving the Perranporth community with tasty ice cream made from Roddas cream and milk for an authentic Cornish taste. After a day wandering around the local shops, pop into the colourful parlour before venturing to the beach and watching the waves, with a delicious ice cream in a gluten free cone to hand.

Mr B’s, Hayle        

Mr B’s ice cream parlour is open seven days a week in the heart of Hayle, and the ice creams are made from locally sourced Cornish produce and Italian ingredients. We recommend that you try the Dutch apple crumble or the much-loved triple choc chunk fudge chunk choc chip ripple.

Ciuri Ciuri, Falmouth

Visit this Italian artisan gelato parlour in Falmouth with 18 tasty flavours which are crafted daily. Try the fruity blueberry or apple or perhaps the hazelnut gelato. Ciuri Ciuri also have vegan options available so come along and try them for yourself!

Moomaid of Zennor, St Ives  

Moomaid of Zennor is a small, family business situated in St Ives that prides itself on its luxury Cornish ice creams and delicious sorbets. You’ll be spoilt for choice with over 30 flavours from traditional to special tastes; we recommend that you try the almond and amarena cherry. As well as in St Ives, Moomaid of Zennor can also be found on the beautiful Porthtowan beach.

Callestick Farm, Truro 

Truro’s family run ice cream parlour serves a variety of award-winning desserts. The north Cornish ice cream is from a family recipe with free range milk from a grass-fed herd. Why not try some alternative flavours? We recommend the Jaffa Cake or Toasted Coconut flavour, both made from natural ingredients.

Written by Georgia Atkins

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