Once you have paid a visit to Cornwall, it is hard not to fall in love. Located in the far west of Great Britain, Cornwall is nearly completely surrounded by the sea. Cornwall boasts a stunning coastline that is 300 miles long. Cornwall is also Great Britain’s most southerly Promontory and one of the UK’s most westerly points which is Lands’ End. The Isles of Scilly are also further west.
There is so much to love about Cornwall which includes beautiful coastlines, stunning beaches, surfing spots, history and culture featured around it Celtic roots, cosy pubs and stunning food. The following knowledge guide provides 7 great places to visit in Cornwall
Botallack mine is a former tin mining area which is located just between St Just in Penwith and Pendeen Village. They were recently featured in Podalk and go back to the country’s industrial past. A beautiful through Cornwall’s mining heritage is still one of Cornwall’s best tourist attractions.
Porthcurn Beech is one the UK’s most beautiful beaches with its beautiful white sands set in a small valley. It is located just 2.5 miles from Lands’ End
Set in a small valley that slides towards a beautiful white beach – one that wouldn’t look out of place in the South Pacific – Porthcurno is two and a half miles from Land’s End. During the War, This point was a submarine communications cable station and tunnels were built underneath to protect the station from any attacks. These tunnels are another feature of this stunning beech which are now a tourist attraction.
St Loy is a beautiful Cornwall beech located on the south west coast. The south west coast path is a great way to see these coves and the rest of St Loy with a 9K hike providing the perfect opportunity view the true beauty of Cornwall.
ST Loy is well known for its beautiful wooded valley that leads down to the coast. The St Loy Cove is a stunning spot to sit back and enjoy the tranquillity of Cornwall
St Ives is a stunning the quintessential British seaside town boasting tradition tearooms and striped deck chairs which symbolise of a British seaside holiday. Cornish cream teas, lots of family fun and there is also a plenty of culture with artists and sculptors providing art for all tastes.
Trevose Head provides breath taking panoramic views of Cornwall and neighbouring Devon. Trevose Head Lighthouse has a history of safely guiding seafarers since 1847 and is still a working house today. This beautiful location with stunning views remains one of Cornwall’s most beautiful tourist locations.