The Towns and Villages of Cornwall
Guides with nice pictures to the Cornish Towns,
Villages, Rivers and Seaside Resorts
Cornwall Towns and Villages- Polperro- St Ives-Port Isaac-Mousehole
St Ives In the far west of the County, magnificent beaches, boats, bobbing in the harbour, cobbled streets to explore.
Newquay Self styled surfing capital of Britain and all round family resort
Looe Watch the fishing boats land their catch, sunbathe on the town beach, take a boat trip to Looe Island
Fowey Seaport, popular with sailors, streets rising from the waters edge, in season the harbour dotted with sailing vessels galore, maybe even a visiting cruise ship
Polperro So so picture box and olde worlde- white washed cottages in valley tumbling down to the harbour, great walks along the cornish coast
Mevagissey A beautiful harbour, narrow streets to explore. Take a two hour mackerelling trip, or the seasonal ferry to St Mawes
Padstow On the Camel Estuary, best known for the May Day Obby Oss
Bude On the North Coast, popular with families
Falmouth Very popular with visiting sailors, and offering a safe anchorage for boats of all sizes, guarding the entrance to Carrick Roads
Newlyn The largest fishing port in Cornwall, take in the sights, sounds and smells. Watch the boats unloading their catches, get up early and watch the fish being sold.
Tintagel Explore the King Arthur legends amongst the Castle ruins
Boscastle Take a walk along the unspoilt North Cornish Coast, walk down to the harbour with its so narrow entrance.
Mousehole In the far West, a so beautiful harbour, overlooked by stone cottages. Mention must be made of their Christmas Lights
Truro With a fine cathedral , the County's Capital City, and a popular shopping destination.
Launceston Guarded by a Norman Castle atop a hill, narrow streets around the town square
Penzance Gateway to West Cornwall and the Scillies
Wadebridge On the River Camel, crossed by a 17 span arch bridge
Bodmin On the edge of Bodmin Moor
Rock A sailors delight, on the Camel Estuary
Perranporth 3 miles of golden sands
Polruan full of character and old style charm, and well worth the foot ferry trip...
Port Isaac on the North Cornwall Coast with delightful walks to Polzeath and Tintagel
St Agnes great for walking.
Hayle Set in the wide sweep of St Ives Bay, 3 miles of golden sands, with the magnificent backdrop of Godrevy Lighthouse.
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