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 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. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjW4ERysEZ4 Mousehole This small fishing village in the far west of the country, is one of Cornwall's best kept secrets.

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Being a Tourist in Fowey

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The best thing about visiting Cornwall is exploring all the wonderful places it has to offer. Many people straight head to the beach or for a stroll along the coast. But sometimes it’s attractive to visit some of the many towns and villages which have played a part in Cornwall’s unique history for centuries. One such town is Fowey on the south coast of Cornwall, between the other two holiday hotspots of St Austell and Looe. Fowey is a fantastic place to visit and is served well by “The Official Tourism Website for Fowey and the Fowey Estuary”: www.fowey.co.uk. This website is central to the success of all of the tourism businesses in the town. It is a central portal for potential holidaymakers to thoroughly research their trip to Fowey and the surrounding area.

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Guide to the Must-See Locations in Cornwall

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It’s a question that often gets asked, especially for people in Cornwall on holiday with limited time. What are Cornwall’s must-see locations? You see, Cornwall offers so much to many people you could spend months exploring this fine county and only really scrape the surface. The rugged coastline conceals all sorts of hidden gems in the form of beaches, coves and quaint little fishing villages. But the interior of Cornwall is not to be sniffed at. From its quietly undulating countryside to thick forests to remote moors laced with rivers, Cornwall is a dramatic country begging to be explored. Here is our list of must-see locations. St Michael's Mount

St Michael's Mount  is an imposing sight just off the coast from Marazion.

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Top Five Beach Resorts in Cornwall

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Everyone who visits Cornwall wants to go to the beach. And that’s not surprising. It is the area of the UK with the most dramatic and eclectic beaches suitable for all tastes. Some beaches are remote and can only be accessed on foot or boat; others are located in towns and can be enjoyed from the comfort of a beachside restaurant or hotel. But whatever people want from their visit to the beach, one thing unites them. Everyone agrees that Cornwall’s beaches are exceptionally beautiful. Here is our list of the top holiday resorts in Cornwall for access to the best beaches.

1. Newquay

Situated on the north coast of Cornwall, Newquay is a popular surfing location with a lot of beaches to choose from.

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Cultural Tourism Boost For Cornwall

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Cornwall is to get a £340,031 grant from Arts Council England and VisitEngland that will put culture at the heart of the county's billion pound visitor economy. The grant will assist to money an enthusiastic 3 year project to build new partnerships that include value and attract visitors, bringing sustained growth to the local economy. Cornwall's vital arts and cultural companies will be dealing with the tourism sector to create a special identity for the county that promotes the amazing cultural wealth available. Commemorating the people, the location and the weather condition of Cornwall in all their wildest kinds, it is hoped that visitors will come particularly to enjoy the arts and culture year-round in addition to drawing in vacationers already coming for summer holidays.

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