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Top Ten Attractions in South Cornwall Things to do

Top Ten Attractions in South Cornwall

Picking a top ten of south Cornwall’s leading attractions is no mean feat. From museums and historical landmarks to world-famous gardens, wildlife sanctuaries, country houses and World Heritage Mining Sites, the stunning south is choc with things to see and

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Days out in and around Mevagissey Places to visit

Days out in and around Mevagissey

Ah…the sublime south Cornish coast. And if you’re lucky enough to be staying in one of the area’s most picturesque destinations of Mevagissey, not only will the pretty harbour town itself present you with oodles to see and do –

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Gardens in South Cornwall Places to visit

Gardens in South Cornwall

Cornwall’s subtropical south spells pure and gorgeous greenery. The more sheltered side of the county affords the perfect position and climate for gardens of all types and scale, where you’ll find a tea plantation (Tregothnan), various vineyards and world famous

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Food from South Cornwall Food and Drink

Food from South Cornwall

You can’t deny the draw of Cornwall’s culinary creations. From the ubiquity of the world famous pasty and Cornish cream tea to a huge range of artisan products grown, made, cultivated and manufactured on Cornish soil – the county’s foodie

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The beautiful rivers of South Cornwall Places to visit

The beautiful rivers of South Cornwall

Dare I say: don’t worry about the beaches for a moment? Because there are a plethora of other watery spaces in south Cornwall that are equally as enchanting. Though you arguably can’t beat cliff side, cove or sandy stretch, there’s

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Where to stay in Cornwall Places to visit

Where to stay in Cornwall

…Because, quite frankly, the choice is seemingly endless. Surfing holiday or country escape? Culture vulture, foodie or festival lover? Seeking somewhere deliciously away-from-it-all to unwind or a hub of activity in order to immerse yourself into the thick of the

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Seaside highlights in South Cornwall Places to visit

Seaside highlights in South Cornwall

One of South Cornwall’s biggest boasts is its coastline. Dotted with seaside delights, the south Cornish coast truly is one of the county’s most prized possessions. Imagine stunning hidden coves, sprawling golden sands, historic harbours and dramatic cliffscapes in a

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Wild Swimming in Cornwall Things to do

Wild Swimming in Cornwall

In hot countries, stripping off to cool down in a body of water is normal. Jumping into lakes, rivers, the sea, is a refreshing and relaxing pastime to be enjoyed by all. You don’t need any specialist equipment, just a

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Visiting the National Maritime Museum Cornwall Places to visit

Visiting the National Maritime Museum Cornwall

The sea has always provided food, livelihoods and an essential trade link to the outside world for the people of Cornwall.  Not surprisingly, boats and seafaring form a huge part of its cultural heritage. Together with Carrick Roads, its main

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Christmas dinner venues in Cornwall Food and Drink

Christmas dinner venues in Cornwall

If you’re planning a festive getaway to Cornwall and are looking for inspiration for that all-important Christmas dinner, then look no further… Having scoured the county for some seriously special venues in which to tuck into some traditional turkey with

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Get back to nature in South Cornwall Places to visit

Get back to nature in South Cornwall

For back-to-nature escapism of the most magnificent variety, South Cornwall has it covered in truly sublime style. Subtropical gardens, captivating countryside and a world-famous coastline ensures a relaxing stay replete with the awe-inspiring outdoors, whether you simply wish to kick

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The Rick Stein Experience: Top 5 in Cornwall Food and Drink

The Rick Stein Experience: Top 5 in Cornwall

Perfectly placed to produce the freshest fare from fertile, sun-fed land and Atlantic Ocean, Cornwall’s foodie scene is fast becoming world renowned – and not just for its legendary pasties and cream teas, but for its modern spate of celebrity

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