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Things to Do in Cornwall, England

If you are traveling to Cornwall, England, this year, do you know what you will do when you reach your destination? There are many opportunities awaiting you in this lovely location, so it pays to plan ahead and have an idea of your itinerary before arriving in Cornwall.

Visit Land’s End

Land’s End is unparalleled when it comes to natural beauty and peaceful surroundings. You can walk along the coast and watch the seabirds frolic in the surf. You may even get the chance to glimpse a seal or dolphin in the waves. There are free events for the entire family to enjoy, such as fireworks displays on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the months of July and August. At this time, restaurants and shops stay open later, and live music can also be enjoyed. If you would like some exercise, you might decide to take a leisurely stroll along beautiful trails offering breathtaking views of the countryside.Land’s End Hotel is located on the top of a cliff and it provides ideal family accommodation.

Check Out the Eden Project

The Eden Project, which has actually been referred to as the eighth wonder of the world, is a beautiful garden situated in tropical biomes located in a gigantic crater. Colorful plants abound here, and you will have the opportunity to experience a rainforest, as well as walk among lemon and orange trees like the ones you might find in California. The Roofless Biome occupies 30 acres and houses such plants as hemp and sunflowers.

Tintagel is a Must-See Stop

This lovely location is in North Cornwall right along the Atlantic coastline. Here you will learn about wizards and kings. Tintagel Castle, high on the cliffs, is perfect for a family outing. It is said to be the location where King Arthur was born. You may also want to visit the nearby village to see the old post office and tour quaint cottages that are open all year.

Take the kids to Tencreek Holiday Park

If your children are accompanying you on your vacation, visiting Tencreek Holiday Park will create a wonderful excursion for them. It is located near the seaside town of Looe. Caravan holiday homes that will house from six to eight people are a great way to stay together as a family, and they’re every bit as comfortable as your own home. Even the family dog is welcome. There’s a heated pool on the premises, and you can find plenty of shopping nearby. Castaways Bar provides food and entertainment.

Spend the Day Surfing

Kingsurf Surf School, located in Newquay, gets high marks from tourists for being a great attraction for kids and adults. You can learn to surf regardless of your skill level. Lessons are provided that are just for fun or that cater to more professional tastes.

There are many attractions in Cornwall to be enjoyed by all age groups. You may find yourself running out of time to do and see everything, so make sure you plan ahead and factor in enough time to do the things that appeal to you most.

This is a guest post from Jennifer Lewis, who has spentseveral wonderful vacations in Cornwall. She writes for a site that providesinformation on financial help for female students, such as scholarships for women in physics and free money grants for women.

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  1. Pretty! This has been an incredibly wonderful post.
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    Posted by Bridgette6607.Bravesites.com | July 11, 2013, 7:10 am

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