Land of Arthurian legend, surfing beaches and rich maritime heritage
Dive into the waters of this surfer’s paradise, wend your way through the cobbled streets of quaint fishing villages to discover their rich traditions, and celebrate the natural world at this beautiful county’s many eco attractions.Book your break
Places to visit
The Eden Project is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Cornwall. With its huge Biomes housing plants from all over the world, come and experience the rainforest right here in the UK.
Traverse the impressive footbridge to reach the ruins of Tintagel Castle, which cling dramatically to the top of a cliff on Cornwall’s rugged northern coastline. Believed by many to be the birthplace of the legendary King Arthur, its history stretches back to the 5th century AD.
Stroll around harbours, take in the seaside smells, discover maritime heritage and enjoy some fish and chips on golden sands in Cornwall’s picturesque seaside villages and towns, such as Boscastle, Port Isaac, Newquay, Mullion, Mevagissey and Cadgwith.
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