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Cornwall is the most south westerly county in England, and is most famous for its stunning scenery - tantalising views of deep wooded valleys and wide vistas of sparkling blue sea combine..
A most fascinating coastal village, the small harbour now hosts a number of little fishing boats but once was a hive of activity with trade taking place between Wales, Bristol and the south..
St Mawes is beautifully situated at the southern end of the Roseland Peninsula, and from medieval times was a busy port and fishing harbour. Today it remains a major centre of marine..
Fishing, farming and mining are the industries that shaped St Ives, with fishing the dominant force in the heart of the town. In the mid 19th century, there were 400 boats involved in..
Tintagel, home to Tintagel Castle sits high above the seas, a most evocative place to visit and soak up the atmosphere generated by the dramatic views and wonderful legends. Tintagel is..
Bodmin, on the western edge of Bodmin Moor, is the largest town in North Cornwall and lies equidistant between the south coast and the dramatic north coast bordering the Atlantic. Bodmin..
Bude, the area "where coast meets countryside" contains some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the British Isles, much of it designated as an "Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty"..
“The Lizard” is actually the name of the village perched at the most southerly point of mainland Britain - the Lizard Peninsula.The village of serpentine craft and gift shops, cafes and..
Gloriously wild and ruggedly beautiful, the St Just heritage area (north ofLand's End onCornwall's remote westerly tip) is a remnant of “real”Cornwall, offering a wealth of natural and..
A fishing village built on both sides of a spur of rock that juts out into the sea. Coverack has a large crescent shaped beach in the sheltered bay that is ideal for swimming & windsurfing...
St Just isEngland's most westerly town, seven milesnorth west ofPenzance, off the north coast. The centre of the tin and copper industry in the early 19th century, when it grew..
Once the hub of the most intensively mined area in the world, along with the neighbouring town of Redruth. Trevithick Day is held annually, on the last Saturday in April, honouring one of..
Truro, Cornwall's cathedral city, is the commercial and administrative centre of the county and the main shopping centre of West Cornwall. The intricate walls and Gothic spires of the..
The beguiling beauty of Bodmin Moor is a wild, windswept and awe inspiring landscape, overlooked by the summits of Brown Willy and Roughtor, Cornwall's highest point, and dotted with an..
Choose Camelford as a holiday base and you're within hopping distance of the coast and its beaches on one hand, and Bodmin Moor on the other.
This is the land which inspired the writings of..
Situated on the beautiful Rame Peninsula lies the unspoilt and attractive historic fishing village ofCawsand, with its colour washed old cottages and narrow streets. Frequent winners of the..
The charming village of St Agnes was once a busy mining village and still retains this character with its miners' cottages and the remains of engine houses dotted in and around the village...
Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Tamar Valley is an area rich in beauty and history. The valley is marked by four ancient towns, Launceston in the north with its steam..
This bustling market town in North Cornwall offers a wide variety of leisure and shopping opportunities as well as being theperfect base from which to discover the natural beauty of..
Charming linear village steeped in myth and legend and nestling on the scenic B3306 coast road only 4 miles west ofStIves. Surrounded by dramatic coastal scenery and ancient fields on one..
An earthly paradise, close to the heart of Cornwall, where wooded hills drop down to a lush, sub-tropical coastline of broad bays and garden coves, busy estuaries and time warped fishing..
Falmouth's natural harbour is the third largest deep-water harbour in the world, the traditional gateway to the Atlantic and one of the world's great sailing harbours. The world-class..
Helford is a sleepy, tranquil village with riverside inn and restaurant set on the banks of the Helford River. There is also a foot ferry across to Helford Passage.
The Helford River..
Helston is the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula and home to the famous Helston Furry Dance, a major folk event of the West Country. Helston prospered from the 19th-century tin and copper..
The Isles of Scilly. Imagine. An island archipelago only 20 minutes from Cornwall, with over 100 islands waiting to be explored. There are five inhabited islands; St Mary's, Tresco, St..
Situated on the beautiful Rame Peninsula lies the unspoilt and attractive historic fishing village of Kingsand, with its colour washed old cottages and narrow streets. Frequent winners of..
Launceston is the gateway to Cornwall, with its Georgian houses, intricately carved church, narrow streets and market square it is a delightful rural town offering a range of shops and..
Liskeard is an ideal base from which to explore. Situated at the head of the Looe Valley, it remains a picturesque and lively market town. Places of interest include the Guildhall, with its..
Welcome to the historic fishing port of Looe where two rivers create a tidal harbour, which separates the quiet rocky foreshores of West Looe and Hannafore from the busy waterfront, Banjo..
Mevagissey is the largest fishing village in Mevagissey Bay. Its working harbour has an unbroken tradition of boat building since 1745. Fishermen still repair nets on the quayside, using..
Mullion is the largest village on the Lizard Peninsula with an array of shops, inns, cafes, restaurants, craft shops and art galleries. The 15th-century church of St Mellanus is renowned..
Welcome to Newquay, discover all that this jewel on the Cornish coast has to offer. Whether it's trying one of the many exhilarating watersports, experiencing the breathtaking countryside..
For the perfect holiday in Cornwall come to North Cornwall. Sixty miles of dramatic Heritage Coastline, sandy beaches, hidden coves and pretty fishing villages, wooded river valleys..
Padstow, with its fleet of trawlers, netters and crabbers and colourful harbour surrounded by pastel-washed medieval houses, is an example of what Cornwall does best - it's a working port..
Pendeen village (East of St Just) and surrounding ancient granite agricultural settlements developed with the area's 19th century tin and copper mines. Since 1900 Pendeen Lighthouse..
Penryn is one of Cornwall's most ancient towns, founded in 1216 with a wealth of charm, character and history. Standing at the head of the Penryn river, it occupies a sheltered position and..
Sunny Penzance stands on the sun trap shores of Mount's Bay at the far western end of Cornwall. At the mid point of the town's shoreline is the open-air Jubilee Pool, a fine example of the..
The popular resort of Perranporth lies at the southern end of a three-mile beach of golden sand, popular for surfing and land yachting, as well as being a good family beach with lifeguards..
Polperro is a 13th-century fishing village with beautiful views, wonderful cliff-path walks along the South West Coast Path, interesting shops and superb pubs and restaurants serving local..
Polzeath - recently described by the Sunday Times as being at the thumping heart of Cornwall cool, offers the very best in seaside holidays.
The beach, one of the few Blue Flag beaches in..
Port Isaac is today an unspoilt, pretty fishing village where white slate-hung cottages run down to a sheltered harbour. Around the harbour there are signs of old and new - Old Pilchard..
Porthleven, with its narrow streets climbing the hillsides and its distinctive harbour, was once a centre for boat building. Nowadays, the village successfully combines the activities of a..
A popular seaside resort that nestles on the shoreline in the green fold of a valley. The beach is a secluded expanse of sand and shingle ideal for swimming and surfing.
A bustling town offering full amenities, central for touring West Cornwall with good road and rail links. In the heart of what was once the most intensively mined area in the world, relics..
Rock could hardly be less appropriately named as its popularity is largely due to the long stretches of fine sandy beaches washed by the tidal waters of the Camel Estuary. Rightly acclaimed..
The Roseland Peninsula is a beautiful, unspoilt part of Cornwall. A holiday in this area promises you breathtaking scenery, tranquil beaches and activities to suit all ages - few places can..
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