Would you consider spending your holidays in Cornwall?

This year planning your holidays in Cornwall could be a fantastic idea!

As the Covid-19 emergency is not over yet and travelling to Europe might be difficult, Cornwall is a fabulous alternative to enjoy some time away in a spectacular area.

In order to avoid contacts, driving to your destination would be ideal: you can choose one of the lovely towns on the coast and discover new places every day.

Also, instead of booking a hotel you might prefer renting a flat or a beautiful little cottage.

If you do, you have the opportunity to eat in or prepare something for lunch to take with you before your trips.

This would be a real contact-free holiday and you wouldn’t take risks!

Besides, this would be a new experience and you would definitely love it!

holidays in Cornwall

Let’s see some lovely places to discover!

Newquay is the perfect place to entertain adults and children with many activities and attractions.

Don’t miss the Blue Reef Aquarium with its 30 themed habitats to discover and go for a sea safari, you won’t regret it!

St. Ives is great to relax and visit some amazing historic places, such as the Vale of Avalon and Arthurian Centre: 20 acres surrounding King Arthur’s Stone!

St. Michael Mount, a little island where you can visit the ancient castle and gardens, is a dream place!

After the Castle, go for a tour around the island and hear more about this incredible place.

Truro will astound you with its nature: visit the unforgettable Victoria Park and observe the famous tidal bores at the Fundy Discovery Site.

Land’s End is the most South-Western place in England and offers a wild costal landscape: enjoy its outstanding beauty walking along one of the several paths you can take.

Kynance Cove, located on the West side of the Lizard Peninsula, is another destination you can’t miss: white sand and dark serpentine rock offer a spectacular view!

And there are many other terrific places to see…are you ready for your holidays?

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