Cornwall is a county that lies to the south west of United Kingdom with the River Tamar disconnecting it from England. It is one of the most secluded but spectacular areas.
Its balmy weather, long and rugged coastline, breaking waves, desolate moors, incredible views, enchanting castles, charming fishing hamlets, rich folklore and varied Celtic legacy make it the preferred travel destination.
Uneven craggy precipices, bleached beaches, and serene coves dot the coastline of Cornwall.
Cornwall has numerous attractions to tempt travellers
The Eden Project has mind-blowing collection of flora.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan has magnificent landscaped gardens
Tintagel Castle is where King Arthur was born
Minack Theatre is unbelievably built into a cliff
Cornish Studies Library has an extensive local books collection
Marconi Centre is a museum revering Marconi's work
National Maritime Museum amazing collection of small boats
Royal Cornwall Museum highlights exhibits
Tate Gallery and Hepworth Museum exhibit artworks
St Mawes is famous for yachting
The Roseland Peninsula home to striking churches
Polzeath is a popular beach
St Michaels Mount is a romantic castle
The Helford River is beautiful and pristine
Walk along the South West Coast Path or The Camel trail, which is a wonderful way of experiencing Cornwall's natural beauty.
Explore ancient churches, abandoned mines, castle ruins or archaeological sites. Discover hidden treasures in museums and art galleries. Go horse-riding or trout fishing, climbing or mountain biking.
Try out the excellent golf courses or tennis courts, stroll through the breath-taking Cornish countryside, and enjoy a relaxing swim, a rejuvenating sauna or a leisurely cruise.
The bold and daring can take to snorkeling, jet biking, paragliding, power kiting, water skiing and body boarding.
Bask in the sun, float in the sea, and take in the mesmerizing sights and haunting sounds of this beautiful paradise.
Cornish specialties are the delicious seafood, especially fresh fish, the famed scrumptious Cornish pastries, cream teas, saffron cakes, luscious clotted cream, yummy Cornish cheese, the classic yellow Cornish ice cream and fine wines.
Spend a leisurely morning browsing through local wares. Cornwall is a shopper's paradise with its beautiful gemstones, shipwreck charts, local books, antiques, artifacts and Nelson memorabilia. Pick up lovely crystals, sailing gear and leisurewear, home accessories, nautical products and Celtic jewellery.
Stay in dreamy seaside cottages, five-star luxury, fully equipped service apartments, and guest houses, scenic camping sites, backpackers' inns, touring parks or bed and breakfast accommodation.
Cornwall is easily accessible by train (from London, Bristol, etc.), coach (National Express Coach services), car (via A30 & A38) or by air (Newquay airport).
Inside Cornwall, several bus and train services operate.
Revel in the many splendours of Cornwall to make it an affair to remember!