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A bustling local tidal fishing port and centre of offshore shark fishing in the UK, with its own sandy beach and a wide range of hostelries offering fare from real handmade Cornish Pasties to gourmet seafood.
With its high granite tors, wild beauty, streams and waterfalls, Bodmin moors are a must see!
Quaint deep-water fishing port and renowned yachting centre, by car ferry at Bodinnick or passenger ferry from Polruan.
SW Coast Path
The South West Coast Path is Britain's longest National Trail, from Minehead to Poole Cornwall we have National Trust Coast and the World Heritage Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape.
The world famous quintessential Cornish fishing village!
Just south of Looe is the quaint old Cornish fishing village whose narrow streets and pretty cottages are undeniably beautiful.
Deep in a wooded valley, escape the busy world and step into this beautiful Cornish forest.
Lansallos National Trust beach
This magnificent stretch of coastline has no twentieth-century intrusions detracting from the natural splendour of secluded coves and beaches.
The beautiful bays and woodlands close to Tremaine make for great dog walks
Take the opportunity to enjoy a leisurely day on one of the many local beaches along this part of the Cornish coastline.
See more attractions and activities in the area - new adventures and fun-packed experiences await.
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