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 with a
varied and luxuriantly coloured landscape, historic market towns,
attractive fishing villages and picturesque riverside hamlets. But
there is more to Cornwall than the scenery - guide your way through
the great local food, intriguing history, adrenaline-fuelled
activities, fascinating tourist attractions and historical
traditions - all combine to make Cornwall one of the best
places in Britain for a holiday.
Cornwall has a strong industrial heritage, so much so that its
mining landscape has been made a designated UNESCO World
Heritage Site. Ancient antiquities, such as stone circles and
remains of Iron Age villages can also be found between Land's End
and Penzance, and Celtic crosses dot the Cornish countryside.
Cornwall's great attractions offer something for all interests
and ages. The famous Eden Project in St Austell explores
humankind's relationship with plants, and is one of Britain's most
popular attractions. St Ives is a must for arts and crafts, with 30
galleries including the Tate St Ives. Fowey has many small
galleries and specialist shops, as do St Agnes on the
north coast and Penzance in the west.
Caravan sites and parks in Cornwall
Great Days Out
There’s always plenty to do from Club Sites – take a look at these local attractions
and events coming up near this site. Attractions offering a discount for Club Members
are highlighted with a ‘Member Offer’ logo.
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Falmouth, steeped in maritime history, has family beaches, a bustling centre and a port famous for welcoming Tall Ships. The TIC is on the Prince of Wales Pier, from which boats explore the beauty of the Estuary.
Wild west theme park, museums of cowboys, Indians and American collections. Live action shows, a complete living history museum of the 1800s set in 100 acres.
Situated in a prime position on the edge of the quay, in an area called The Drang, Padstow Angling Centre is a mecca for every keen angler. There you could meet Ed Schliffe known as "" The Rockhopper"" and his friendly staff, and they wil
South East facing generally uncrowded crescent of sand at the southern end of Gerrans Bay.
The John Betjeman Centre is sited in the main building of the old railway station at Wadebridge, Cornwall. The last train left Wadebridge at 17.20 on the 28th January 1967.