The Most Scenic Cornwall Road Trips


Here are some of the region’s most scenic driving routes. Boscastle to Bude This 24-kilometre stretch is, without a doubt, Cornwall’s most scenic drives. While the area boasts of the A39, it is best for road trippers to stick to the coastal road. This is the best route to get mesmerised by dramatic seascapes while getting one’s driving skills tested against curving clifftop roads. The best part of the journey is indulging in the best Cornish ice cream at Boscastle. The ice cream here is hand-churned, rich, creamy, and divine. Tregony to St. Mawes Stretching some 32 kilometres, the scenic drive from Tregony to St. Mawes offers one of the best in Cornish driving experiences.

Always end your road trip at Cornwall’s most iconic place, King Arthur’s Castle right in Tintagel. With fair weather throughout the year, driving along Cornwall’s stunning coastline provides an experience of a lifetime

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Where to to Stay in Cornwall

There are loads of beaches to explore, including the world famous Fistral Beach. It is a small harbour town with many fine shops, restaurants, pubs and clubs. The sport of surfing dominates this town and the high street is lined with surf shops and surf schools offering to take you out for surfing lessons. Newquay and surrounding villages such as Porth, Crantock, Holywell Bay and Perranporth are great destinations for fantastic self-catering holidays in Cornwall. There is also a wide choice of hotels, bed and breakfasts and campsites in and around Newquay, where you can relax and enjoy all that Newquay and the surrounding area has to offer.

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Welcome to the Boys 4 Adventure Cornwall Guide

This is the Boys 4 Adventure Cornwall Guide - your essential directory for all things related to Cornwall tourism. On this site we feature the very best hotels, cottages, campsites, visitor attractions, restaurants, activities and other things to see, do and experience while in Cornwall. Cornwall is a picturesque and popular holiday and mini-break destination in South West England. Famous for beaches, pasties and surfing, Cornwall is also an epicentre for culture, gastronomy, adventure and stunning landscapes. Please use this BIG guide to Cornwall tourism businesses to plan your next trip to this cool corner of the country, whether you are planning a family holiday, a romantic weekend away or an active break with mates.

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