Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman died on holiday in Polzeath over the weekend.
Emergency services were contacted on Sunday, when a woman, 36, went missing on the beach.
Coastguards recovered her body in the sea. She was airlifted to hospital, but pronounced dead at Royal Cornwall hospital.
A woman has died after going missing while on holiday in Cornwall.
Family and friends of the 36-year-old raised the alarm in Polzeath on Sunday morning (December 4) and a coastal search took place.
Police, the Coastguard and a Lifeboat searched the harbour but tragically the woman was found in the sea.
She was taken to Treliske Hospital but sadly died on arrival.
Police are continuing enquiries in to the circumstances of her death on behalf of the Coroner, the family have been notified.
A beach-side cafe made famous by David Cameron during his annual trips to Cornwall has been given a food hygiene rating of zero.
The former prime minister and his wife Samantha were often pictured outside the Galleon Beach Cafe during their holidays in Polzeath.
But following an inspection by the council's food inspectors, the cafe was found among the worst in the county for cleanliness and hygiene.
It was awarded the lowest rating on the zero to five scale which means "urgent improvements are necessary".
The rating revealed that the "system or checks in place to ensure that food sold or served is safe to eat" required "urgent improvement".
A full report and breakdown of the issues at the cafe has been requested from Cornwall Council.
So far ITV News has been unable to reach the cafe for comment.
Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha are holidaying in Cornwall this week.
The couple have been photographed at the Galleon Beach Cafe in Polzeath, one of their favourite holiday spots.
The family spend time in Cornwall every summer.
The bluebells at the National Trust’s Pentire Head, near Polzeath, are in full bloom.
Bluebells, more often associated with woodland, are also common on unimproved grasslands that haven’t been ploughed, reseeded or fertilised.
In the warm, moist climate of the south west, bluebells can thrive too on the more sheltered aspects of the cliffs.
The search and rescue helicopter, Rescue 193, based at Culdrose, has come to the rescue of a 74 year old cliff faller. It happened at the Rumps at Polzeath. The victim is currently being winched to safety