Top Holiday Attractions in Cornwall
Cornwall's coastline is legendary. A 430-mile stretch of wave-scarred cliffs and wild headlands, dotted with sleepy fishing hamlets, secluded coves and shimmering golden sands. It's one of Britain's most diverse and beautiful natural wonders and a favourite holiday destination. Our holiday parks in Cornwall are in the perfect location to allow you to explore this renowned part of the UK.
Beach lovers are spoilt for choice with over 300 beaches across the region. Newquay alone has 11 to choose from, including Fistral Beach, one of the world's top surfing attractions, making Newquay Holiday Park a top destination for surf enthusiasts. While Perranporth, Kynance Cove and Porthcurno Beach offer bucket and spade action among breathtaking surroundings.
Cornwall isn't all just beaches and surfing however! This region offers some man made and natural wonders for holidaymakers to discover - wander the Eden Project's awe-inspiring biomes, climb the dreamlike St Michael's Mount or explore tales of King Arthur at mysterious Tintagel Castle. And what better way to end your days out exploring than with one of the best traditional Cornish pasties the region has to offer?
Reasons to Visit Cornwall
Breathtaking beaches to rival exotic destinations
Seaside activities perfect for adventure-lovers
Delicious dining options, day and night
8 incredible holiday parks scattered across the county
Plenty of in and outdoor fun for the whole family
From enjoying picture-perfect locations like St Ives to trying your hand at surfing on Fistral Beach or capturing unforgettable family photographs at the idyllic Kynance Cove, Cornwall’s beaches are up there with some of the world's best - not to mention the fact that a huge number of them are also pet-friendly!
Whether you’re building sandcastles as the sun beats down, trying your hand at a new water sport or simply drinking in the unparalleled views, you can do it all from any of the accommodating beaches across the county.
History & Culture
With Newlyn Art Gallery, war and aviation museums and a number of theatres scattered throughout Cornwall, you needn’t worry about the weather dampening your holiday spirit.
Cornwall's Historic and Cultural Attractions
Theme Parks and Entertainment in Cornwall
Outdoors, Animals & Wildlife in Cornwall
Food & Drink in Cornwall
Local Towns & Tours in Cornwall
When it comes to Britain’s bountiful landscape, Cornwall really does have it all.
Gorgeous golden sands, dramatic cliffs and miles upon miles of rolling countryside make this county a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike. With unrivaled views at every turn, you can enjoy all the very best aspects of a British break from one place - with picturesque backdrops guaranteed.