Cornwall is a beautiful peninsular region bordered to the the Celtic Sea and the English Channel. Cornwall is widely recognized as one of the Celtic nations; it retains a unique cultural identity reflecting its history and tradition.
Things to do in Cornwall:
There are several things that Cornwall is quite famous for; the pristine beaches; old tin mining sites; surf spots and surf training facilities; lush green gardens; trekking and innovative boat trips. Cornwall has several other iconic attractions as well, such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Land’s end, Tintagel Castle, St Michael’s Mount, and the Eden Project. You will be truly spoiled for choice, when you visit the place as there are so many attractions to choose from. We tried to list out some of the most important things to do in Cornwall.
Polurrian Cove Beach
Polurrian Cove is a must visit place, it lies adjacent to the the village of Mullion on The Lizard. The beach is pretty special because of the golden sand and beautiful patches of shingle, which is bordered with pebbles and small cobbles. There is a seasonal dog ban in this beach, so make sure to check about that before visiting.
Feadon Farm Wildlife Center
Feadon Farm is a not-for-profit wildlife center. It is widely recognized as the complete wildlife center in the whole of UK. This wildlife center is a must visit for every wildlife enthusiast.
Carnglaze Slate Caverns and Woodland Garden
This is a part of the Cornwall culture, portraying the history of slate mining in this region. There are 3 huge man-made caverns in the valley near the St. Neot village. This will be a treat to your eyes.
Polzeath & Castle Beach
Polzeath is an award winning beach, it has a beautiful resorts, and provides the best water for surfers and swimmers. You might also get to see those odd dolphins in this region. On the other hand Castle beach is mostly of shingle and is famous for rock pools (during the low tides).
Some of the other important things to do in Cornwall are to experience the Heritage Safaris, the Godrevy beach, the golden sands of Hayle, Delabole slate quarries, the Elizabethan manor, the award winning Porthtowan beach and Kimberly Park Garden.
There are numerous other beautiful beaches and places to visit in Cornwall, however you can take the experience of visiting Cornwall to the next level only when you choose the right cottage to stay. You can check for holiday cottages Cornwall and book the right cottage before you visit this awesome county.