Holiday in Cornwall - Things to Do in Cornwall
From sightseeing, the beach, the coastal footpath, walking, gardens, museums, historic houses, castles and churches, fishing, golf to cycling or strolling along the Camel Trail
Order Sightseeing, Beaches, Town Walks, Walks Countryside, Shopping, Gardens, Museums/Galleries, Historic Houses, Theme Parks, Watersports, Cycling, Golf. Don't forget Eden. 100 words. Prominence
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 new section we are writing right now devoted entirely to the Coast of Cornwall, all 270 miles of it. Illustrated with lots of nice pictures
The Towns, and Cornwall Holiday Resorts. Explore the towns and villages with us. Boscastle, Perranporth with its surf beaches, Looe with its working fishing fleet. Picture box Polperro, Falmouth, Fowey, Bude to mention but a few.Walking in Cornwall. from the 260 miles of the Coastal Footpath to gentle strolls along wooded river valleys
Cornwall Gardens. From subtropical Trebah to Glendurgan
The Eden Project. Only opened in 2001, already the most visited attraction in the County
Cycling in Cornwall. Nice Bike Rides. Whether you fancy an off road cycle with all the family on the very popular Camel Trail along the beautiful Camel Estuary, or intend riding the 180 miles of the Cornish Way.
Lost Gardens of Heligan 'rediscovered in 1990 after slumbering for over 70 years
Prehistoric Cornwall. From iron age cliff top castles to the Merry Maidens. Legend has it that these nine stones are maidens turned to stone for dancing on the Sabbath.
Walking in Cornwall. From the 260 miles of the Coastal Footpath to gentle strolls along wooded river valleys
Car Drives. Whether you are on holiday and fancy a day off the beach or just down for a weekend break Cornwall offers great car drives
Slide Shows. Whether you have 2 minutes or and hour to spare why not browse our eye-catching slide shows?
Golf Cornwall from truly outstanding championship courses to links courses with some of the best sea views.....
Birdlife From seabirds to seals to watching badgers on a balmy summer's evening.
Country Houses. From the splendour of Lanhydrock and High Victorian, to the delightful Old Post Office
Cornwall Surfing From surfing tuition to breaks only for the expert.
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