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Here on the Cornish Holidays website you will find all the information and latest news on the attractions in Cornwall. We strive to make your Cornish Holidays memorable and full of fun activities. Whether it is a romantic holiday for couples, quality time with your family or and activity trip, Cornwall is a fantastic place to be. Whatever type of holiday you are looking for, you will find you perfect one right here at the Cornish Holiday Guide.

Attractions And Activities In Cornwall

Surrounded by beautiful coastlines and countryside, Cornwall is the ideal place for your holiday. Regardless of whether you want an activity holiday or relaxing getaway, Cornwall has so many different attractions and activities to offer.

If you are looking for a family holiday, there are loads of fantastic, family friendly resorts and activities on offer. You can choose from activities such as horse riding, outward bound activities and much more. If you want to try something adventurous, why not learn to sail in Falmouth at the Trysail RYA Training Centre. Run by a small and friendly team, Trysail will enable you to discover the wonders of the Cornish coast.

Why not head on down to Fistral Beach to the one and only Fistral Beach Surf School. Situated on the famous beach in Newquay, this is the perfect activity for the adrenaline junkie. Offering a variety of different surf lesions and courses to suit all age groups, you will be catching waves like a pro in no time at all.

The list of activities in Cornwall doesn't end here. You can visit exciting museums such as the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth and discover Britain's magnificent marine heritage. Learn about the creatures of the deep in the Blue Reef Aquarium, and discover all the species found around the Cornish coast.

If ancient history and legend interest you, visit Tintagel Castle- the legendary birthplace of King Arthur. Learn all about the Knights of the Round Table and discover the history surrounding this infamous king.

Cornish Holiday Attractions To Suit All Tastes

If you are looking for a looking a relaxing getaway, why not fill your days with visits to art galleries, museums and castles. Visit Tate St. Ives for a look at both modern and contemporary painters and sculptors, or lose yourself in Cornwall's garden of Eden - the Eden Project. Learn about British ancestry at Pendennis Castle, or climb the magnificent St. Michaels Mount for a look at medieval and ancient history.

Cornwall has so much to offer all year round. From food and music festivals, to town fetes, family attractions and museums, there are so many different attractions in Cornwall.

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Pendennis Castle - English Heritage
Pendennis Castle - English Heritage

Pendennis Castle – Cornwall’s Greatest Fortress Developments at the castle have revealed the full history of this superb fortress. 450 years of history can now be traced from its origins as one of Henry VIII c...

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Cotehele House and Quay
Cotehele House and Quay

Cotehele House and Quay Just north of Plymouth, the Tamar River winds past Cotehele House, just as it has done for over 700 years and the house looks down upon it in much the same way. Built by Sir Richard Edgcumbe from 1485, Cotehe...

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Restormel Castle - English Heritage
Restormel Castle - English Heritage

1.5 miles north of Lostwithiel , this 13th Century castle is one of the best examples of a circular “shell” Keep in the country. Once the residence of the Earl of Cornwall and constructed upon rising ground, the castle is su...

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Gyllyngdune Gardens
Gyllyngdune Gardens

Gyllyngdune Gardens have provided Falmouth with a sheltered, quarry garden filled with exotic plants, a bandstand and the famous Princess pavilion for more than a century. Maintained and managed by Cornwall Council, the Gardens ar...

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Tintagel Castle - English Heritage
Tintagel Castle - English Heritage

Tintagel Castle - Legendary Birthplace of King Arthur - Castel Dyntagell Located in a spectacular setting on the dramatic North Cornwall coast, Tintagel has long been one of the county’s most popular tourist attractions. ...

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Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives

As part of the Tate organisation which, in addition to the Tate Modern in London also has a Gallery in the renovated docks area of Liverpool, Tate St Ives incorporates the Barbara Hepwoth Museum and sculpture garden. Since it is op...

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Cornwalls Regimental Museum
Cornwalls Regimental Museum

To any military history buff, a visit to the Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry museum in Bodmin is an absolute must, to anyone interested in the Army and it’s soldiers, it is an interesting and well displayed presentation of ...

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Eden Project
Eden Project

We built the Eden Project in Cornwall in a disused clay mine, transforming it into a rich, global garden where people can learn about nature and get inspiration about the world around them. But we do much more than offer a memorable day ou...

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Lanhydrock
Lanhydrock

Located just off the A30 between Bodmin and Lostwithiel, Lanhydrock House is another of the National Trust’s Cornish attractions. Originally, Lanhydrock was a priory owned by the Augustinians who were stripped of its ownershi...

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Blue Reef Aquarium
Blue Reef Aquarium

Welcome to Blue Reef Aquarium. Blue Reef is part of an exciting new generation of aquarium attractions designed to inspire deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. We want to show you all the fantastic creatur...

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