Captivating Cornwall

Located on the rugged south west tip of the English isle there is a wealth of history and heritage to discover in Cornwall.

From enjoying a exhilarating cycle ride along the coastal cliffs or exploring the sheltered coves and wooded areas by foot, Cornwall has a wealth of memorable experiences to uncover.

 

Did you know...

  • The most painted scene in Cornwall is the view of St Michael's Mount in Marazion. It's a small tidal island and can only be reached by path during certain points of the day
  • Cornwall has the largest coastline of any English county, measuring 433 miles, that's a lot of coastal scenery to enjoy!
  • An estimated 7,000,000,000,000,000 grains of sand lie on Perranporth Beach and that's just one stunning beach to be enjoyed in Cornwall

There are a number of wonderful things to see, do and explore along the coasts of Cornwall. Here are some of the best places to visit during your holiday:

  • Take in the atmosphere of the many Traditional English Pubs
  • Enjoy a traditional Cornish Pasty from a Cornish Bakery
  • Experience the Goonhilly Earth Station
  • Take in the views of the Lizard Peninsula
  • Wander around The Eden Project
  • so much more...

By Rail/Bus – There are a number of public transport operating to and from Cornwall.

By Car – Cornwall can be reached via the M4, M5 and M6 Motorway.

By Air – There are a number of airports close to Cornwall including Cornwall Airport Newquay.

For more information on getting to Cornwall please the VisitCornwall website.

Cornwall is famous for traditional English Cream Teas and of course Cornish Pasties!

It is also famous for Rosamunde Pilcher's novel and German TV adaptation series, Shell Seekers as well as the BBC's Poldark series.

Cornwall is an all year round walking and cycling holiday destination. 

The coasts of Cornwall are normally a few degrees warmer than mainland England and is a pleasant destination to enjoy especially in the UK Spring, Summer and Autumn.