A Travel Guide to Cornwall
Cornwall is a great escape from the stress and strains of work. The county houses the longest continuous coastline anywhere in Britain. This coupled with the added warmth from being on the southernmost tip of the country means visitors can enjoy the warmth on their skin and the sand between their toes.
The Eden Project one of Cornwall’s most popular attractions is a great day out for the whole family. Not only are there the stunning gardens and the biomes housing plants from all over the world but the project also puts on art and music events throughout the year.
If you are looking for incredible sights without a strenuous workout, consider the Minack Theatre. This open air theatre sits on the cliffs of Porthcumo. During the summer seasons, from May to September, visitors can enjoy many different theatrical performances. There are dramas musicals and operas, all with a stunning backdrop of the ocean. Visitors can hear stories and visit the theatre outside of the performance times and witness the beautiful setting during the day.
The Porthminster Beach is a destination the entire family can enjoy. Visit the beach and enjoy soaking up the sun. With the jade blue waters and lovely sand, it is a hotspot during the summer months. The beaches are popular and draw in quite a crowd.
There is a wide variety of self catering holiday accommodation in Cornwall ranging from converted fisermens cottages on the coast to luxury country houses inland.