Magnificent sandy beaches, lush green countryside, huge craggy cliffs – and of course, plenty of the wet stuff. For those with a spirit of adventure and a love of the outdoors, Cornwall is one big, beautiful playground.
Get the blood pumping by trying your hand at an adrenaline filled extreme sport or recharge the batteries with a serene coastal walk. Whatever your passion Cornwall can deliver.
But to get down to an even more local level, the live music scene in Cornwall's pubs is hard to beat. Most nights of the week you can find pretty much every genre of music playing somewhere – whether you prefer folk to rock, or punk to indie, then there is probably a band playing to suit your particular tastes.
Whether you're passionate about real ales or a connoisseur of cocktails; looking for traditional, hearty pub food or contemporary cuisine, you won't need to search far in Cornwall to find a venue which suits your tastes.
With every type of attraction that you could think of, you'll never be short of interesting and exciting places to visit in Cornwall.
The unique and inspiring Minack Theatre on the cliff edge at Porthcurno in Cornwall has won the TravelMail award for the Best Day Out in the national Enjoy England Awards for Excellence 2009.
There are stunning historical sites maintained by the National Trust and English Heritage, such as Lanhydrock House and Pendennis Castle. Or if you're looking for somewhere for children to let off steam try Crealy Great Adventure Park or Dairyland Farm World, which both have a wealth of outdoor attractions plus big indoor play areas should the weather take a turn for the worst. There are also national landmarks such as Land's End which has something for the whole family, or Cornwall's natural heritage in the form of our stunning coastline and countryside.
Cornwall has some of the best gardens to visit anywhere on the British mainland due to Cornwall's mild climate, plus the internationally renowned Eden Project. We have national galleries and museums such as The Tate St Ives and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall at Falmouth. And with our coastal location, marine attractions such as the National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek and Blue Reef Aquarium at Newquay are well worth a visit.
Whatever your age and interests, you can find plenty of suitable places to visit in Cornwall.
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