10 Best Places in Cornwall

10 best places in cornwall

01

Looe

Picturesque fishing harbour situated in South East Cornwall, offers a soft golden sand beach and daily fresh fish to enjoy in one of the many seafront restaurant.

For further information visit: 

www.visitcornwall.com

www.visitlooe.co.uk

02

Polperro

small fishing village, perfect to explore on foot as cars are not allowed in its narrow streets. Through shops and cafés you can arrive to the very middle of town where you can admire a full working harbour.

Don’t miss the Shell Cottage!

For further information visit:

www.cornwall.co.uk

www.cornwall-online.co.uk

03

Tintagel

This beautiful town is said to be the legendary birth place of King Arthur.

In the small village you can enjoy a nice walk through shops and restaurants and arrive at then adventure to the beautiful cliffs and beaches. From the coastal footpath you can admire Merlin’s Cave and the Castle ruins from afar.

For further information visit:

www.cornwalls.co.uk

www.english-heritage.org.uk

www.intocornwall.com

04

Land's End

This is one of the UK most visited landmark. You can enjoy a nice walk on the cliffs where you can also see some farm animals for free.

There are all sorts of attractions for all the family together with restaurants, ice cream and gift shops.

Don’t miss the famous signpost but remember that the queue can be quite long during peak times!

For further information visit:

www.landsend-landmark.co.uk

www.visitcornwall.com

www.cornwall-online.co.uk

05

Newquay

This big town has plenty of things to do. If you love surfing, Newquay might be just the best spot in British Isles. You can have long walk on the beaches and enjoy the sunset or wander around the shops in the town centre.

Newquay also has a zoo and an aquarium.

For further information visit:

www.visitnewquay.org

www.newquay.co.uk

www.cornwalls.co.uk

06

Boscastle

This lovely village is just a few miles away from Tintagel. It is quite small but beautiful with a medieval harbour which is the main attraction. There are some independent shops and it is worth a visit.

For further information visit:

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

www.boscastlecornwall.org.uk

www.cornwalls.co.uk

07

Perranporth

Perranporth village has grown around its beautiful long sandy beach.

The beach gives plenty of possibilities to enjoy a beautiful day, from walks, to playing to splash in the low water. It is also surrounded by shops so you can find something to eat or souvenirs to buy

For further information visit:

www.cornwall-beaches.co.uk

www.propercornwall.co.uk

www.visitcornwall.com

08

St. Michael's Mount

St Michael Mount is  worth a visit. It is a beautiful place where you can enjoy a beautiful historic castle and terraced garden located on the tidal island. To visit the island you have to buy a ticket but you can enjoy the view from Marazion beach and have a stroll on the path for the island.

For further information visit:

www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk/

www.nationaltrust.org.uk

www.cornwalls.co.uk

09

Polkerris Beach

Polkerris is a beautiful, small, sandy beach. The village consist of a small road that leads to the beach. Here you can enjoy watersports or a walk.

For refreshments there is also a small bar and a gift shop.

For further information visit:

www.polkerrisbeach.com

www.intocornwall.com

10

Truro

Truro is the capital of Cornwall and it’s the only city. The city is not very big but Truro’s cathedral is majestic and magnificent, with its beautiful gothic features and the vast stained glass windows.

Visiting Truro gives you the opportunity to stroll on the high street with its numerous shops or to wander through the narrow streets and alongside the beautiful rivers.

For further information visit:

www.intocornwall.com

www.cornwall-online.co.uk

www.cornwalls.co.uk