Self Catering Roseland Peninsula

Cornwall

Cornwall – Every holiday makers’ destination

Cornwall - Eden project To those holiday makers who may not know, Cornwall, Britain’s south westerly holiday treasure has for many years been one of the most attractive vacation spots for families, couples and singles in search of a relaxed or action filled holiday destination. The primary reason, why Cornwall is the premier holiday spot of choice for vacationers, is because it is warmer than any other region of the UK giving it a pseudo-Mediterranean atmosphere when the weather is favourable. Moreover, Cornwall has added appeal as it is studded with ten spectacular beaches that offer great surfing opportunities and other aquatic sports.

There are also several other reasons that make Cornwall such a great tourist destination for everybody. Reasons such as accommodation to suit every budget, a large variety of multi-cuisine restaurants, well stocked bars and pubs with the best of wines, liquors and liqueurs, vibrant nightlife and live entertainment as well as some of the most spectacular and scenic vistas in the UK. Cornwall also has many exciting attractions for the family such as, the Newquay Zoo and Blue Reef Aquarium. In Newquay, there are also many surf schools that teach beginners to learn surfing.

Minack Theatre Cornwall can be described without hesitation as the complete holiday destination that offers something for everyone. There are numerous, picturesque places to explore and things to do that ensure the holidaymaker will never have a dull moment. Cornwall offers a wide choice of accommodation to suit virtually every holiday budget - accommodation such as luxury hotels, guest houses, cottages and lodges. What sets Cornwall apart from most UK holiday destinations, is that holiday makers can choose the type of holiday they are looking for - a serene, relaxed holiday lazing on one of its many magnificent beaches or luxuriating amidst beautiful, scenic, natural surroundings. For those looking for an action-packed holiday, Cornwall offers excellent surfing, parasailing, jet skiing or thrilling night outs in town to enjoy dancing and live entertainment.

Looe Cornwall Here are some of the must visit places in Cornwall. Looe – located on Cornwall south coast, has a picturesque harbour, sandy beach and within easy reach of several stately homes and beautiful gardens. St. Austell – has many beautiful coastal towns and villages, and two incredible horticulture and landscaping attractions, The Lost Gardens of Heligan. St. Ives – the focal point of art ad culture lovers and home of the renowned Tate St. Ives gallery which exhibits the work of many artists who have resided and worked in St. Ives. St. Ives also has a beautiful, sandy surfing beach. Other must see places in Cornwall include Famouth Estuary, St. Michael’s Mount, Lizard Peninsula, Lanhydrock House and Gardens, The Minack Theatre, The National Maritime Museum, The Harbour town of Fowey, the historic Crown Inn Pub of Lanlivery village and a lot, lot more.

Cornwall has something for everybody from the tranquil beauty of the south to the rugged, wave-swept coastline of the north, from the historic harbour of Fowey to the rolling surf, of Fistral Beach, from the elite restaurants of Padstow to the remote wilderness of the west …Cornwall has it all.