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Here are some suggestions for Places to visit in Cornwall.

From fairytale castles to fishing villages with boats bobbing in the harbour to the granite tors atop Bodmin Moor with superb views on a clear day. Besuchen Sie Cornwall Deutsch

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Cornwall Beach Cornwall Good Beach Guide. No visit to Cornwall, whatever the time of year is complete without a visit to the beach or a walk along the Cornish Coast.

The Towns, and Cornwall Holiday Resorts. Explore the towns and villages with us. St Ives with its harbour. Newquay with its surf beaches. Mousehole, Tintagel with its castle ruins, and St Agnes great for walking.

The Cornish Coast. A whole section devoted entirely to the Coast of Cornwall, all 270 miles of it.

Penberth CovePenberth. An unspoilt Cornish Cove in West Cornwall, a few fishermen's cottages, open boats on the Slipway

 The Eden Project Only opened in 2001, already the most visited attraction in the County

 St Mawes a yachtsman's paradise, on the Roseland Peninsula off the beaten track and unspoilt

 The Roseland Peninsula. Off the beaten track, with one of the most beautifully situated churches

polzeathPolzeath- beach popular with surfers and, with a wide expanse of sand at low water, with families too.

 National Maritime Museum. Opened in 2003 in a stunning location, with a stunning collection of boats....

Cornwall Gardens. From Trevarno's enchanting lake with its Victorian boathouse to .... there are over 30 great garden s to explore

 Camel Trail. Popular off road cycle route, particularly pleasant on a summers evening

 Kithill. The most eastern of the Cornish Hills, wonderful views on a clear day

Castle LauncestonCastles. Explore Cornwall's Castle s with lots of pictures

 Churches. Dating from Norman times

River TamarRiver Tamar. a natural boundary between the County and the rest of England. Crossed by several fine medieval arch bridges

Lands EndLands End. Wavelashed and majestic with the Longships Lighthouse offshore, on a clear day the Scilly's in the distance

 Cornwall Tin Mine. Up until 1990 Geevor Tin Mine was Cornwall's largest tin mine. Set amidst the magnificent coastal scenery.

sennen coveSennen Cove. Just around the corner from Lands End, the wide sweep of Whitesands Bay popular with surfers and sunbathers

bodmin moorBodmin Moor. Granite Tors, rivers such as the Fowey in wooded valleys

 St Michaels Mount. Visit this fairytale castle on an Island, one of the most romantic places...

 National Maritime Museum. Opened in 2003 in a stunning location, with a stunning collection of boats....

 Lost Gardens of Heligan. 'rediscovered in 1990 after slumbering for over 70 years

Country Houses from the splendour of High Victorian, to the delightful Old Post Office

 The Helford River. One of the loveliest and most unspoilt rivers in the County if not England.

 The Lizard. Britain's most Southerly Point heathland, coves, fishing villages, harbours and beaches too.

 Marconi Centre. This striking building contains a wealth of displays and information....

minackMinack Theatre. an open air theatre in one of the most beautiful settings one can find anywhere....

 Roseland Peninsula Off the beaten track , quiet creeks, secluded beaches an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

 Rock. A Sailors delight, at the mouth of the Camel Estuary. Catch the foot ferry across to bustling Padstow.

slide showSlide Shows. Whether you have 2 minutes or and hour to spare why not browse our eye-catching slide shows?

 Days out with the Children.

 Minack Theatre. nothing more delightful than watching an evening performance?

Tate Museums, and Art Galleries. From the Tate in St Ives to the Geevor Mining Heritage Centre...

LevantLevant Beam Engine. take a surface tour. Check before travelling to see if "in steam".

tresco-gardens Isles of Scilly. Take a day trip from Penzance

 St Agnes. Great for walking.

Cadgwith Cadgwith where the crabbing boats are still pulled up the beach by wire rope and winch.

Getting Here and Brochures. Travel to Cornwall bus, boat bike, car or plane or indeed walking -directions for travellers. Map of Cornwall. TIC's. Why not Order your Cornwall Tourist Brochures here ?.

StonesStone Circles prehistoric Cornwall from stone circles to Iron Age forts to cliff top castles

copper-mineMining in Cornwall from engine houses to the hard life of the Cornish miner.


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