Holidays in Cornwall give extreme pleasure with visits to innumerable, picturesque and mesmerizing locations. Each place has a story that throws the visitor into complete nostalgia; best known for tin-mining, cliffs and landscaping adventures among other things. The place relives the past with its castles, beaches, valleys and hillocks.
Around 300 small and large beaches are present in this UK County to allow visitors to take dip. People can venture through the small, old-fashioned villages located on the long coastal line and pick up shopping.
The food is most loved by tourists as it serves the best and authentic marine dishes. Mussel and crab are common in cuisine. However, Cornwall hosts the local dish- pasty with tea and gravy that has become a must lunch item.
History comes alive by visiting St. Michel’s Mount, Lanhydrock House, Hurlers and Chysauster. These sites are worth visiting to know about the things that might have happened hundreds of years back. Nothing can be missed as many ruins and castles still have marks untouched by modernization.
Tour without golfing is of no use. The place has some of the best and most visited golf courses like Nicklaus, St. Mellion, Kernow and Lanhydrock. Tournaments are often organized and tourists can see, observe and come near their favorite celeb golfer.
Vacations can be spent in caravans that have all the necessary facilities provided; bedrooms with wardrobes, kitchens with cabinets and appliances; washroom with faucets and fixtures; well-furnished living room and dining hall. The caravan cottages are often seen in St Ives Holiday Park.
The well-known sites that have added attractions are Fowey, St Ives and Padstow. These places of tourist attraction are worth visiting for their beach restaurants, narrow and cobbled streets, and famous galleries. A huge range of coves are located on edges which makes water sports thrilling and exciting.