Cornwall's Most Beautiful Places to Visit

We've selected ten of Cornwall's most beautiful and interesting places to visit in 2022


1. Tintagel
Precariously positioned on the rugged North Coast of Cornwall, Tintagel’s 13th-century castle has inspired writers and artists for centuries.  The castle clings to the headland and the dramatic steps and bridges between the ruins are not for the faint-hearted. 



2. Mousehole
Mousehole (pronounced Mowzal) is one of Cornwall's most picturesque and charming fishing villages. This harbourside location is foodie heaven and local dishes often take inspiration from the sea, with shellfish in abundance.   


3. Polperro
One of the most popular destinations in Cornwall, Polperro is a largely unspoilt fishing village on the southeast coast. The beach here is small and sandy and sports a fabulous little tidal pool ideal for first-time swimmers. Pretty cottages cling to the steep hillside of this quaint harbour.


4. Padstow
Padstow is considered one of England's finest locations and is often referred to as Cornwall's jewel in the crown. Soft, golden beaches and mesmerising seascapes surround this bustling fishing port. This is also a foodie haven and home to some of the country's most respected restaurants. 



5. Mevagissey
Mevagissey is an attractive village and fishing port five miles south of St. Austell. This was once the centre of Cornwall's pilchard fishery with boat building traditions dating back to 1745. The village still boasts a working harbour with local fishermen heading out each morning.



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