10 Reasons To Visit Cornwall in 201830/12/2017
Cornwall is a great County to visit at any time of year and we've come up with 10 reasons why a trip to Cornwall should be on your wishlist for 2018:.......
Cornwall boasts some of the best beaches in the country with golden sands and crystal clear waters. From Widmouth Bay in the North of the County to Porthcurno in the South and back to Whitsand Bay in the East, you are sure to be impressed with the choice of wonderful beaches in the County, not to mention the standard that they are maintained to.
Throughout Cornwall, there is a great selection of National Trust properties to visit, all creating their own little bit of history. Superb houses well worth a visit are supported with the great backdrop of incredible gardens.
3. South West Coast Path
With over 300 miles of coastal footpath in Cornwall, there is always a great walk to be found. With streaches that encourage a gentle stroll to difficult walks through hills and coves, there is sure to be a walk for everyone!
Cornwall has become a world famous Surfing destination over recent years. Try out the great surfing waves on beaches along the North Cornish coast where you can also attend a surf school if practise is needed!
5. Eden Project
The Eden Project has been voted the number 1 visitor attraction in the UK and is always guaranteed to impress. The variety of biomes ensure there is something for everyone at any time of year and the educational activities are also great for children too!
6. Food and Drink
Cornwall is famous for its Food and Drink. Sample a great Cornish Pasty followed by a superb Cream Tea and wash it all down with some home produced Cornish Cider or Apple juice. Some of the greatest chefs in the country are based in Cornwall and with fantastic local produce available, the County is a culinary delight!
Enjoy breathtaking views out to sea with a trip to Lands End.
8. Film and TV
Trace the footsteps of Ross and Damelza as you visit the filming locations of Poldark. Take a trip to Doc Martin country at Port Issac or visit the many locations mentioned by Rosamund Pilcher and Daphne Du Maurier. Visit the Tamar Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty where one of the latest series on TV, Delicious starring Dawn French was filmed.
Visit Cornwall at the right time of year and base yourself anywhere in the County to explore Cornwall's full beauty. Travel from the tip to the Tamar taking in moorland and coast and exploring fishing ports and coves or inland market towns and attractions.
Saving the best till last, Cornwall has over 70 members offering some great rural experiences. Search the Farm Stay accommodation available in Cornwall to find your perfect stay!
Whether you are planning a holiday or can only fit in a short break, there is plenty to see and do in Cornwall - be sure to add a trip to Cornwall to your 'Things To Do' for 2018!