The leaders of most of the world's biggest economies will get a brief taste of the English seaside this June as they gather for the G7 summit, BBC reports.
Cornwall's Carbis Bay, known for its sandy beach and clear waters, will be the venue for discussions on debt, climate change and post-Covid recovery.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson called it the "perfect location for such a crucial summit".
The UK, US, Germany, France, Canada, Italy and Japan make up the G7.
Leaders from Australia, India, South Korea and the EU will also attend the event, from 11 to 13 June, as guests.