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Cornwall's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty  Places to visit

Cornwall's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty 

In Cornwall, you can’t escape natural beauty. Not that you’d want to. There are no less than a dozen designated local Area Of Natural Beauty (AONB) sections packed into the Duchy, presenting eye candy of the highest calibre pretty much everywhere you turn!

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Cornwall's most haunted places to visit Places to visit

Cornwall's most haunted places to visit

Whether you’re after a scare night or a slice of history, somewhere to take the kids or a new space to explore this autumn, an assortment of haunted and character-filled places will greet visitors to Cornwall with gusto this Halloween.

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Urban axe throwing in Cornwall Things to do

Urban axe throwing in Cornwall

Tucked away in Pool on a former mining complex, now the heritage Heartlands site, Axe Heads delivers an adrenaline-fuelled, unique experience!

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Five autumn activities for getting wet and wild in Cornwall Things to do

Five autumn activities for getting wet and wild in Cornwall

Spend October half-term doing something a little different, having a last hurrah before winter creeps in and it’s all storm watching, getting cosy in front of a log fire and searching for Cornwall’s showstopping hot chocolates.

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A visit to the geothermal pool at Jubilee Pool Things to do

A visit to the geothermal pool at Jubilee Pool

One of the hottest new attractions in Cornwall - literally - is the brand spanking new geothermal seawater pool at Penzance’s coveted Art Deco lido, which is the very first of its kind in the entire UK, making it a definite to-do for all visitors to the county.

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Must see attractions in Cornwall Things to do

Must see attractions in Cornwall

From family-friendly must-sees full of interactive and engaging things to see and do to famous landmarks, historic venues and artistic centres; Cornwall’s host of top-notch attractions presents something for everyone.

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Best beaches in Cornwall Places to visit

Best beaches in Cornwall

Cornwall is a beach lover’s paradise, whatever your sand-between-the-toes preferences. We’re home to surf breaks, hidden coves, sprawling bays and mile upon mile of golden sands, meaning that whether you want to swim, surf, sunbathe or spend some scenic downtime with the family, you’ll find a world-class beach to suit. 

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Cornish sweet shops Food and Drink

Cornish sweet shops

Cornwall is lucky enough to be peppered with a delightful range of sweet shops, ranging from new and quirky sweet boutiques to traditional tuck shops serving old classics. We've put together a few of our favourites to visit, after all, no trip to the seaside is complete without some rock candy!

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10 properties for a big family get together Places to stay

10 properties for a big family get together

Planning a big family get away? Cornwall is the perfect destination for all generations! With a huge selection of family-friendly attractions, beaches, walks and restaurants, Cornwall offers a magical holiday experience that you and your family will remember forever. We’ve selected ten properties that are perfect for those large family get togethers…

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Where to see Father Christmas in Cornwall Things to do

Where to see Father Christmas in Cornwall

Father Christmas will be making special appearances in various winter wonderlands throughout Cornwall during December. Meet Santa and his elves, embark on festive train rides, treasure hunts and adventures through snowy forests! Experience the magic of Christmas at one of Cornwall’s festive grottos.

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Days out around Charlestown Things to do

Days out around Charlestown

From iconic eco parks and sub tropical estates to breweries and secret coves, the area in and around Charlestown presents a playground for all types of visitor...

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October Half Term Highlights Events

October Half Term Highlights

Out of season in Cornwall doesn’t automatically mean missing out. In fact, the beaches and tourist tracks are quieter, allowing visitors free roam of some of the area’s famed hotspots...

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