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Things to do in and near Mevagissey Places to visit

Things to do in and near Mevagissey

If you’re heading to Cornwall’s sublime south coast, then the beauteous allure of Mevagissey and its surrounds will hold you captive throughout the duration of your stay.

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Walks in and near Bude Places to visit

Walks in and near Bude

What better way to explore North Cornwall’s beautiful seaside destination of Bude than by donning your walking boots and adventuring on foot? The quaint seaside town of Bude is nestled near the Devon border, presenting visitors with a fabulous seafront, bevy of beaches and array of attractions flanked by gloriously unspoiled surrounds.

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Unbelievably beautiful places to visit in Cornwall Places to visit

Unbelievably beautiful places to visit in Cornwall

World famous for its spectacular natural scenery that ranges from rugged cliff lines to beautiful beaches, majestic moorlands to idyllic rivers and sub-tropical gardens – Cornwall is veritably chock with eye candy. From iconic landmarks to Caribbean-rivalling coastline, chocolate-box villages

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20 of the most beautiful buildings in Cornwall Places to visit

20 of the most beautiful buildings in Cornwall

Believe it or not, there’s more to Cornwall than its famed natural landscapes. Though visitors flock from across the globe to personally experience the Duchy’s paradisiacal beaches, subtropical gardens, rugged coastline and enchanting countryside, there’s far more than initially meets the eye when it comes to Cornwall’s must-sees: its beautiful buildings.

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A guide to the Eden Project, Cornwall Places to visit

A guide to the Eden Project, Cornwall

Where else in Cornwall can you walk for less than a minute and go from a humid Amazonian jungle to the cool and sloping hills of the Mediterranean? In this, and many other aspects, the Eden Project is a truly unique and unmissable experience and it’s right here in Cornwall.

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Farm shops and independent food shops in Cornwall Food and Drink

Farm shops and independent food shops in Cornwall

Here in Cornwall we are truly lucky to have access to an incredible host of little farm shops full of straight-from-the-ground veg, independent food shops that specialise in seriously moorish treats, and delicatessens with so much choice you might just need a bigger bag.

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Cornish Christmas Markets 2021 Events

Cornish Christmas Markets 2021

With Christmas markets up and running again this year, Cornwall will be getting in the festive spirit. Cornish Christmas markets can be found in all corners of the county during the pre-festive season, presenting a shopper-happy mix of arts and crafts, clothing, jewellery, homeware, and food and drink, as well as various Christmas treats from entertainment to top-tasting refreshments.

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Walks in and around St Ives Places to visit

Walks in and around St Ives

Situated in the far west of Cornwall and jutting out into the north Atlantic coast, St Ives is as ramble-worthy as it gets while also presenting a gateway to explore a myriad of other places on foot. Rugged coastlines, sweeping countryside, historic monuments and picturesque villages are all part of the wanderer’s experience. Whether you’re a serious hiker, enjoy a leisurely stroll, or have the dog in tow and fancy venturing a bit further afield than the town itself, you’ll find a network of routes and trails to satisfy every agenda.

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The most scenic drives in Cornwall  Places to visit

The most scenic drives in Cornwall 

Road trip, anyone? Whether you fancy taking the scenic route to your holiday home, admiring a range of scenery from the comfort of your car, or embarking upon a rainy day excursion, Cornwall is chock with pretty places perfect for a drive-by.

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Wild Swimming in Cornwall Places to visit

Wild Swimming in Cornwall

Fancy a dip? Wild swimming in Cornwall is all the rage for many a reason. In hot countries, stripping off to cool down in a body of water is normal. Jumping into lakes, rivers and the sea, is a refreshing and relaxing pastime to be enjoyed by all, even in the UK. You don’t need any specialist equipment and best of all it’s free. Over the last year, cold water swimming has seen a surge in popularity due to its numerous health benefits and how easy it is to enjoy whilst social distancing.

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Cornish engine houses to visit Places to visit

Cornish engine houses to visit

Cornwall’s mining heritage isn’t just the cultural backbone of the county, but is globally recognised as an engineering tour de force and claims status as the UK’s largest industrial UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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10 of the best beer gardens in Cornwall Food and Drink

10 of the best beer gardens in Cornwall

We know, we know – you come to Cornwall for the beach. But the beauty of the Duchy is that there’s so much more to enjoy. This includes a host of top-notch beer gardens set amongst some seriously swoon-worthy locations, because what could also be better than sinking a cool one outdoors in the company of to-die-for views or an uber relaxed atmosphere?

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