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Cornwall Overview
With warm summers and mild winters, Cornwall offers historic, natural and modern attractions of excellent quality
Scilly Isles
A small archipelago of islands wich are a paradise of yellow beaches, clear blue seas, and plentiful greenery
The only harbour for miles and notoriously difficult to enter
A popular seaside town with excellent beaches
A busy town on the northern coast and a youthful, energetic place where boredom is practically illegal
Lands End
The westernmost point on the English mainland, and one of the country's most famous landmarks
A Cornish fishing village in the Camel Estuary
Port Issac
A small and picturesque fishing village, regularly seen on TV
St Agnes
A large village steeped in mining history, now popular for its nearby beaches
St Ives
Once a busy fishing village, but following the arrival of the railway became a thriving tourist town
One of Cornwall's most intriguing destinations, full of mystery and drama
A remote village with legends of mermaids and located on high rocky cliffs
Eden Project
A truly unique place bursting with life and energy, with loads to see and do
Boasts the deepest natural harbour in Western Europe
A Cornish coastal town with a impressive natural harbour
A fishing town on the Cornish coast, split in two halves
A traditional Cornish fishing village on Cornwall's southern coast with a beautiful old harbour
A small Cornish fishing village named after a cave just along the coast, which resembled a mouse's home
West Cornwall's biggest settlement with spectacular views towards St Michael's Mount
One of Cornwall's best-preserved fishing villages
Lizard Peninsula
Dramatic Cornish scenery, with wild rocks and rough waters
Minack Theatre
An open air theatre carved beautifully into the Cornish coastline
St Michael's Mount
An island containing a world famous medieval castle with a permanent place in history
Bodmin and Bodmin Moor
One of Cornwall's oldest towns adjacent to its largest area of moorland
A magnificent late Victorian country house with gardens and wooded estate
The Gateway to Cornwall
A market town with a strong mining heritage
St Austell
Cornwall's most popululated town, which grew because of its china clay industry
The administrative capital of Cornwall and known locally as the London of Cornwall
A strategically import North Cornwall market town

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