Reasons to Visit Cornwall
If you’re searching for golden sands, idyllic views and activities galore, you needn’t board a flight or cross oceans to enjoy a truly breathtaking beachside break.
With stunning Cornwall on your doorstep, you can indulge in the ultimate British ‘staycation’. Famous for its characterful villages, adventurous water sports and stretches of coastline, this eclectic county promises fun for the whole family.
From days spent splashing in the surf to evenings enjoying the entertainment on park, you’ll have plenty to pack into a break on the Cornish coast - not least the incredible dining options. Whether you’re a fan of fine dining or on the lookout for a tasty takeout treat, Cornwall is brimming with food options to satisfy all appetites.
Across the county, you’ll find eight amazing parks with various activities to keep you entertained throughout your stay. Thanks to crazy golf, adventure parks, nature trails and more, kids and parents alike are guaranteed a fun-filled break - no matter how long you’re staying in the area.
Ready to find out what else is on offer? Discover even more reasons to choose Cornwall as your next UK holiday destination below.
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
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.
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.
When it comes to action-packed days out, Cornwall is awash with all kinds of activities.
From the gorgeous shoreline to the idyllic market towns, there's so much to do in Cornwall - you'll be spoilt for choice on your seaside getaway!
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.
If the sun is shining, consider exploring some of Cornwall’s stunning gardens or for rainy days, take a trip on the Helston Railway to view the very best of the Cornish countryside.
When it comes to dining options, visitors will have their pick of waterside bars, famous restaurants and quirky cafés.
Whether you’re fuelling up with a hearty breakfast at Box and Barbour Coffeehouse, taking a lunchtime pit stop at Taste, cooling down with a treat at Mr B’s Ice Cream Parlour or ending the evening with an indulgent meal at Outlaw’s, you’ll find a veritable platter of food options in this corner of the globe. Not forgetting, of course, the traditional Cornish pasty, the best of which can be found here.
During a break away, it’s not unlikely that the kids are looking for a touch of adventure - and caravan holidays in Cornwall will certainly deliver. With outdoor options like kayaking and coasteering, and indoor options such as chocolate workshops and swimming pools, you’ll be spoilt for choice - whatever the weather.
At our parks, we've got fantastic activities for little ones of all ages to get stuck into some seaside fun.
If you’re an adventure lover, you’ll find an abundance of beachside activities in Cornwall - which are perfect for honing your craft or trying something new.
Tackle the waves with a surf lesson on the famous Fistral Beach, explore Bosahan Cove by kayak or head to Polkerris Beach for some family sailing.
With coasteering, paragliding and paddleboarding also available, the real decision will be which activity to try out first!
Both food and music are big attractions in Cornwall, which is why you’ll find an abundance of exciting events on this county’s calendar.
With events like Looe Music Festival providing entertainment for the whole family and food markets and events like the Wadebridge Good Food & Craft Day offering a wide array of tasty treats for all palates, you can spend your holiday getting acquainted with Cornwall’s culture.
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