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Where to Find Great Holidays in Cornwall

Cornwall is the UK's number one holiday destination. Located in the far south west of the British isles, Cornwall has its own unique character, culture and climate. With easy access to sandy beaches and a diverse array of tourist attractions, it's easy to see why Cornwall is the most popular holiday location for families, couples and groups.

Places to Stay in Cornwall

Holiday visitors and travellers to Cornwall have a wide choice of different holiday accommodation types to choose from. There are smart hotels and plush spa resorts at the upper end, through to affordable holiday parks and down-to-earth campsites for the budget friendly travellers. For a unique experience you can stay with local people at homely B&Bs or guest houses. Or you can enjoy your own space by renting a self catering cottage or holiday apartment. Some of the most popular self catering options include cottages in Mousehole, Newquay, Bude, Falmouth and St Ives. These are just some of the Cornish destinations waiting to be discovered.

Places to Visit in Cornwall

You really can't holiday in Cornwall without spending time at the beach. This holiday destination is famous for its world-class sandy beaches and awe-inspiring coastal landscapes. Beaches on the north coast tend to get waves and are popular with surfers; beaches on the south coast tend to be calmer and are popular with swimmers and families. There are beaches to suit everyone from small secluded coves to long stretches of sand. Popular beaches in Cornwall include Widemouth Bay, Fistral Beach, Praa Sands, Gyllanvase Beach, Porthmeor Beach but there are hundreds to choose from.

For more inspiration on places to visit such as the Eden Project, Tate St Ives and the National Maritime Museum Falmouth, please see our Cornwall Attractions page.

Things to do in Cornwall

Whatever you like to do on holiday you can find it here in Cornwall. There are wonderful spas, great surfing beaches and long stretches of coastline to explore on foot or by kayak or sailing boat. There are loads of activities to choose from - both outdoor and indoor. There are also many great towns and villages to visit, including pretty fishing towns such as Padstow and Penzance. Sometimes it's a pleasure just walking around these places and picking up a souvenir in some of the great gift shops. Cornwall is also a major foodie destination with many fine restaurants and cafes to tantilise your taste buds.

For more information of great holidays in Cornwall you could try this website.