Cornwall by Cornishlight
Cornwall Holiday Guide -Tourist Information with nice pictures. WelcomeTweet
The Towns, and Seaside Resorts. Explore the towns, seaside resorts and villages with us. St Ives with its harbour. Newquay with its surf beaches. Picture box Polperro, Mousehole, Tintagel with its castle ruins, Boscastle | Looe | Padstow | Bude | Falmouth | Mevagissey | and Fowey, to name but a dozen.
Places to See from Fishing Villages to Bodmin Moor. Follow the Tamar from its source. Take a boat trip up the Helford River. Rock. Off the beaten track Roseland. Visit The Eden Project and the National Maritime Museum. Even the Poldarklocations.
The Good Beach Guide. From beaches in the resorts , to beaches down country lanes, where even in high summer you may have one all to yourselves.
The Cornish Coast. A section we are unlikely to complete. Devoted entirely to the Coast of Cornwall, all 270 miles of it. Illustrated with lots of nice pictures. Do not expect us to ever finish it, all we can do is offer you a taster!.
Things To Do. One of Cornishlight's most popular sections. From nice walks, to drives in the car, to sailing, to fishing, exploring country houses, Cornwall Gardens , and museums, and art galleries , the Camel Trail to Days Out for all the Family. What's on.
Cornwall Gardens. From enchanting Cotehele to .... there are over 30 great gardens to explore
Cornish Life. A new section part light-hearted, part serious. Covering topics such as the Cornish Pasty, Cream Teas and Clotted Cream | , the very hard life of a Deep Sea Fishermen, the Pilchard, Cornish Tin Miner | Genealogy . The Seasons. Wondering what Cornwall is like in Spring, Summer, Christmas or Autumn?
Beautiful Devon. Coming to Cornwall, why not pop across the River Tamar and explore Devon?
Willkommen. A big Cornish welcome to our German speaking visitors.
Slide Shows Whether you have 2 minutes or an hour to spare why not browse our eye-catching slide shows?
Nature and Wildlife The wildlife of Cornwall is diverse. Rich in bird life and flowers- especially in springtime.
World Heritage Site Status awarded in 2006 by Unesco. Explore the region's mining heritage, from the stark beauty of the remains of engines houses, ports and mineral tramways. Read about the often shortened lives of the hard working miner.
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Accommodation in Cornwall
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Camping | Cornwall Self Catering and Holiday Cottages | Bed and Breakfast and Guesthouses | Activity Breaks