Exploring Cornwall

* Admire Cornwall’s coastal beauty &
beaches - St Agnes & Porthtowan are within easy

* Uncover quaint villages, hamlets & coves

* Discover the many attractions, including
The Eden Project & Cornwall’s popular gardens

* Cycle notorious tramways including the Coast to
Coast path

* Horse-riding, Watersports & Golf

* Visit the harbour town of Falmouth

* Bird watching, Walking & Rambling

* Shop in the Cathedral City of Truro

* Indulge in the excellent food at the many pubs and
restaurants Cornwall has to offer

* Slightly further afield there is the extreme sports academy and Jamie Oliver's famous 'Fifteen' Restaurant at Watergate Bay

* Historic Bodmin with its supposedly haunted jail !

* Visit the realm of King Arthur on the North Cornwall coast - with everything from Tinagel castle and King Arthur's Halls to the Arthurian Centre at Slaughterbridge. You can even follow King Arthur's Trail and visit all of the locations across the county that are attached to the legend.

* Walk the narrow streets of beautiful St. Ives past art galleries, craft shops and picturesque fishermen's cottages down to the beach and harbour

* Cornwall also boasts many attractions such as Flambards, Crealy, Screech Owl Sanctuary or the Blue Reef Aquarium at Newquay

* You can even step back in time and visit the Bodmin & Wenford Railway - the only railway in Cornwall to be still operated by steam locomotives