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A holiday in Cornwall has it all, from surfing to hiking, seaside towns & villages to historical mines & Land’s End. The most westerly county in England has a wealth of things to do and explore. Walk in the footsteps of King Arthur, test your knowledge at the Eden Project or just sit back and take in the beautiful surroundings of this stunning sunshine county.

Things to do in Cornwall

Walking & Hiking in the Peak District

Walking & Hiking

Explore a holiday in Cornwall on foot and discover beautiful beaches and hidden gems. Lose yourself in Tehidy Country Park for a woodland experience or see if you can find the hidden Deadman’s Cove and Hell’s Mouth. Be sure to pack some sturdy shoes and a backpack to start your adventure In Cornwall.

Road cycling in the Peak District


Perfect for those wanting to explore on two wheels, Cornwall offers a wealth of cycling routes to suit all abilities. Cycle along coastal paths which offer fantastic views out to sea, or ride along one of the many bike friendly pathways to local villages and towns. A great way to discover this part of South West England.

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Mountain biking in the Peak District

Seaside towns & villages

Cornwall is home to picturesque seaside villages and towns such as Boscastle, Port Isaac, Newquay, Mullion, Mevagissey and Cadgwith. It has a wealth of other beautiful towns and villages to discover and explore. Stroll around the harbours, take in the seaside smell and grab some Cornish fish and chips whilst you sit back and relax watching the waves break on the golden sandy beaches.

Cavern in the Peak District


Cornwall has a huge wealth of history, heritage and myths. From Pre-Roman inhabitants, a devastating Tsunami in 1755, through to mining and surfing of today, there is a huge amount to learn in this incredible county. Learn about the myths of giants who lived in the caves along the coast destroying incoming ships. Plus, the ghosts who terrorised smugglers and captains for years. Come and explore the history of Cornwall to see what you can discover.

Places to visit

Ladybower Reservoir

Eden Project

The Eden Project is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Cornwall. With its huge Biomes housing plants from all over the world, come and experience the rainforest right here in the UK.

Mam Tor Gate

Land's End

The most westerly point of mainland England is a place of outstanding natural beauty. Land’s End is where you can follow in the footsteps of early nineteenth century visitors by taking a stroll along the coastal cliff paths, find and take a picture by the famous Land’s End sign post or simply enjoy the stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean.

The Heights of Abraham

Old Mines

Mining in Cornwall was huge in the Bronze Age. Ending in 1998, these old tin and copper mines are now mostly abandoned. However there are a whole host of mines which have been renovated and are available for tourists to visit, taking you back in time to how life used to be. These derelict mines have etched themselves into the scenic Cornish landscape and make great photo opportunities.

The Original Bakewell Pudding Shop


Newquay has to be one of the most popular destinations for anyone visiting Cornwall. With its golden sand beaches, shops and its world famous surf, it is a must visit destination for anyone visiting this incredible county.

Chatsworth House


Another must-see location whilst visiting Cornwall is the picturesque fishing harbour and seaside town of St. Ives. This quaint town is home to some incredible award-winning restaurants and bars. Not to mention the stunning scenic views!

Haddon Hall


Cornwall is home to some of the best beaches in the UK, with a coastline stretching for over 250 miles. You can find your own private getaway, or take to the surf at the world famous Fistral & Watergate bay beaches.

Gulliver’s Kingdom

Newquay Zoo

With over 1000 animals, Newquay Zoo is the perfect family day out. Situated on the north coast of Cornwall, come and see the lions, monkeys, lizards and a variety of critters whilst roaming amongst the 13 acres of tropical gardens.


St Michael's Mount

This historic castle can only be reached during low & mid tide, as it’s located on its own island just off the coast of Cornwall in Mount’s Bay. Take a walk through ancient times and learn all about St Michael’s Mount, which is believed to have been the site of a monastery in the 8th and early 11th centuries; a mysterious place to find and explore.

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