Things To Do In Cornwall

Cornwall is synonymous with natural beauty; it is a perfect example of how generous Mother Nature can be. Indeed, Cornwall is a naturally privileged area with countless options to delight our senses, enjoy outdoor activities and sports or relax. To make things easier for you, the following are some suggestions of 354243476_bbfd302f41_bthings to do in Cornwall you will never forget.

  • Drive along the scenic road from St.Ives to Land´s End.
  • Dare to enjoy the excitement of taking the 490 metres long zip wire at Adrenalin Quarry (near Liskeard), which is suspended 50 metres high, above a quarry.
  • Walk to St. Michael´s Mount at low tide. At high tides, ferries will take you back to the island.
  • Watch a play or performance at Minack Theatre, the most spectacular outdoor theatre in the whole world!
  • Go to Helford River on Good Friday. At low tide, join the locals on yearly Good Friday and collect periwinkles and cockles with them!
  • Delight your taste eating at a celebrity chef´s restaurant. Worldwide renown chefs such as Rick Stein, Nathan Outlaw, Paul Ainsworth, and Jamie Oliver have bases in Cornwall.
  • Surf on the magnificent Newquay´s Fistral Beach, or simply observe how professional surfers from around the globe master the powerful waves.
  • Take a trip to the past, visiting Poldark Mine and sense how life used to be for the former miners.
  • Visit the heavenly Isles of Scilly, flying from Newquay or Land´s End, or boarding the ferry in Penzance.
  • Taste the rural Cornwall attending the Royal Cornwall Show at Wadebridge
  • Travel back in time, visit the alluring Pendennis Castle, Falmouth
  • Walk along the globe´s largest rainforest in captivity, The Eden Project, near St. Austell.
  • Transport yourself to the Victorian era at Lanhydrock, a grand house which is a perfect sample of the Victorian ideals. An impressive home with breathtaking gardens.

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