Cornwall's most beautiful places to visit

Make 2023 the year to explore our beautiful country of England. Here are a few of our favourite places to visit in Cornwall.


Polperro, a huddle of thatched cottages and winding streets, bears the hallmark of Cornwall's maritime heritage. Once a hub of the pilchard fishing industry, the harbour is now a charming berth for pleasure and fishing boats. Its rugged surroundings promise a delightful escapade for nature enthusiasts and walkers alike.


Padstow is a culinary paradise known for its sandy shores and serene harbour. An erstwhile centre of the pilchard fishing industry, today's Padstow offers water sports, fishing, boat trips, and exquisite seafood, making it a delightful destination for seaside leisure.


Tintagel whispers tales of King Arthur against a backdrop of dramatic cliffs and expansive seas. Its ancient castle, steeped in Arthurian legend, draws history buffs and dreamers, while the nearby Iron Age fort and medieval settlement ruins beckon the curious.


Unveil Cornwall's maritime past in Mevagissey, where narrow streets open to a traditional harbour. The countryside, steeped in the perfume of nature, frames this fishing village, offering a tranquil retreat for walkers and nature lovers.


Fowey, a vibrant town cradled on Cornwall's southern coast, captivates with its natural harbour and charming streets. A former exporter of china clay and tin, today, Fowey teems with fishing, water sports, and boat trips. Noteworthy attractions like St Fimbarrus Church and the Hall Walk add depth to this tourist hotspot.

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The Old Inn
At the heart of the idyllic coastal village of Mullion, The Old Inn is a traditional 16th-century pub that has retained its old-world Cornish charm.
Enveloped by ancient woodland and sprawling gardens, Boconnoc boastsastunning setting on a Georgian country estate.

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