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Highlights in Cornwall
- Beaches with crystal-clear waters
- Striking historical sites
- Unforgettable seascapes
- World-renowned gardens
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Prepare to leave your phone in a drawer and relax to the sound of the waves! In Cornwall you will find luxurious cabins close to spectacular white sandy beaches, providing the dream accommodation you've been waiting for. Marvel at the stunning and dramatic coastal views and discover the wide variety of activities and places that the county has for you.Comfortable and modern cabins with hot tubs!
In your search you will find cosy cottages in minimalist style with beautiful natural light, modern fitted kitchens, spacious bedrooms and living rooms with luxurious sofas and high-end TVs. Plus other properties with environmentally friendly solar panels, gardens with small waterfalls and terraces with jacuzzis and hot tubs overlooking the green countryside or the ocean.
Travellers and activities
Exploring Pinetum Gardens with the family is one of the best things to do in Cornwall. The site is packed with over 6000 unusual plants, water features and gardens of various styles for all generations to explore. Take your time to discover all the gardens, let the children play in the arboretum, walk along the Soul Bird trail and then relax in the tea pavilion in the Japanese garden. It's a special space to relieve the stress of everyday life. Another option the family is sure to love is Paradise Park, an award-winning wildlife sanctuary on the county's north shore. You'll see more than 1,200 birds of all colours ranging from Humboldt penguins, elegant Caribbean flamingos to golden eagles and more. Besides finding beautiful red pandas, Asian otters, farm animals and a café with a variety of delicious food options.Cornwall for water sports lovers
For those looking for water sports, Kernow Adventure Park is the place to go. The adventure centre is situated on a freshwater lake between Falmouth town and Helston, and offers activities such as wakeboarding, open water swimming, kayaking and many more fantastic water experiences such as the floating assault course where you can glide and climb. Although if you're looking for an adrenaline rush, the Extreme Academy offers an extreme day out in Watergate Bay with sports such as surfing, kitesurfing, kite buggy, land boarding and wave skiing. Whatever your level of experience is, the activities are tailored to suit you. The venue also includes hot showers and changing rooms. After the sports you can stop by the Beach Hut and relax with a sundowner and snacks.
Cornwall has the longest coastline in the UK. It is over 1,086 km long and has more than 300 beautiful beaches of different types.
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Known as the UK's top leisure attraction, Eden Project is a global garden the size of 30 football pitches, home to tropical biomes and an interesting insight into mankind's dependence on plant life. Inside this epic attraction you can experience the smells of the Rainforest and travel through South Africa, California and the Mediterranean in simulated environments. It's a fun place full of themed events, activities, workshops and restaurants. Eden has everything you need for a great day out!2. Enjoy the crystal clear waters of Porthminster Beach
Surrounded by golden sands and glorious views, Porthminster is an award-winning beach holiday must-see. Enjoy a balmy climate with translucent waters and swaying palm trees for a tropical feel. Relax on a sun lounger while the kids build sandcastles and have fun in the safe waters. And end the afternoon with a Mediterranean and Asian meal at the Porthminster Café, located right on the beach.3. Visit Antony Woodland Gardens
Antony Woodland Gardens is one of Cornwall's hidden gems and one of the finest gardens in the county. Its collection includes Japanese camellias, 100-year-old Asian magnolias, colourful rhododendrons and many other beautiful plant species. But what stands out most are the views of the Lynher Estuary. Take a serene and pleasant walk in the woodlands and explore the garden. Then finish your walk with a cup of tea and a meal in the lodge.4. Tour Cornwall's most iconic landmark
Land's End Landmark is located at the most westerly point of Cornwall and is an iconic place that is world renowned for its coastal scenery and family attractions. During your visit, see the Longships lighthouse, have your photo taken at the iconic signpost, walk along the cliff paths and footpaths, take in the views of the beautiful coastline and discover a variety of dining options. There are also fun attractions for the kids with the likes of Wallace and Gromit, Morph and Shaun the Sheep.5. Watch the coast from Pendennis Castle
Pendennis Castle is considered one of Henry VIII's finest coastal fortresses, and is located in the town of Falmouth. In order to visit the castle, you'll need to book in advance. Once you have your tickets ready you can venture around the site! Climb the tower to breathe the fresh sea air, have lunch in front of the open sea and explore the green spaces of this historic gem which played an important role during the two world wars.6. Immerse yourself in the legendary Tintagel Castle
Another castle not to be missed is Tintagel Castle, located high on the north coast of Cornwall. It's an experience that will immerse you in the legend of King Arthur and Tintagel's royal past. Start your journey by crossing the bridge that joins the two separate halves of the castle and enjoy the spectacular views. Then explore the remains of the fortress, see the figure of Roosters inspired by the legend of King Arthur, relax on the beach below the castle and discover the mysterious Merlin's Cave.7. Explore The Lost Gardens of Heligan
A booking at The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a must on this trip to Cornwall. The site is a jungle with paths lined with exotic plants and waterways and is home to bamboo tunnels, banana trees, Maori carved tree ferns and much more natural beauty. Don't miss exploring the Italian Garden, strolling through the forest and discovering the sculptures of the Giant's Head, the Grey Lady and the Clay Maiden. Plus enjoy a good home-cooked meal at the Tearoom and let the children pass through the vine bridge.