For those returning to Cornwall, you’re guaranteed to discover a new special place. Our two wonderful coasts are sprinkled with hidden gems, then there’s the beautiful Roseland and Lizard Peninsula’s, as well as Bodmin Moor and the Tamar Valley. And don’t forget the great countryside in West and South East Cornwall. There’s enough to keep you coming back time and time again.
As many of you will already know, it isn’t just the magnificent landscape and countryside that makes Cornwall so special - we have an amazing history and heritage too. From our Celtic roots to the World Heritage Mining Sites and kaleidoscope of arts and cultural attractions – it’s all going on in Cornwall! Inspirational art collections, unique theatre and an annual schedule of memorable festivals and events to die for.
For those who are visiting for the first time, prepare to fall in love with a place that will stay in your heart forever. I can guarantee this won’t be your last visit…
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