Are you looking for somewhere exciting in the UK to explore in 2019? Does a domestic holiday sound better than a foreign flight of fancy? If the answer to these questions is a resounding yes, Cornwall is the word that should be on the tip of your tongue. I have been a fan of Cornwall for many years and there is just something about this place which really sets the pulse racing. I can’t recommend Cornwall enough to people who are looking for a domestic break and you can even get some great offers on a Cornwall holiday park break. To convince you further that this is the place for you, here are 10 reasons to visit.
The beaches in Cornwall are incredibly beautiful and they also very often get a nice touch of warm weather so that you can fully enjoy them. Soft sand, miles upon miles of untouched beach and plenty of hidden away coves.
All across the coast you’ll run into lots of cute villages which have plenty to offer, from little bakeries to small fishing trawlers bringing home their lunch, Cornwall’s charm lies in these wonderful villages.
A trip to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without sampling these beautiful little parcels of joy. The Cornish pasty was born here, and it tastes the best right here in its home county.
Fine wines are all well and good but to really get the taste of Cornwall you need to try some traditional scrumpy cider, cloudy, strong and beautifully tasting. Ou’ll find lots of microbreweries selling their own cider, but be careful as they have a kick!
For me Cornwall is about getting away from it all and nowhere can you do that better than when walking along the rugged landscape by the water’s edge. There are miles of coastal trails to ramble across here in Cornwall.
The Minack Theater is a beautiful place, an open-air amphitheater which is situated on a cliff, overlooking the English Channel. There are regular live theater shows on here and you can bring along your own drinks and snacks to enjoy the evening in style.
If you want to give surfing a try you only need to take a trip to Newquay, the home of British surfing and a place filled with surf schools and shops. Why not try and get your water wings and ride the waves in the heart of Cornwall ?
We think of Cornwall for its coast of course but there are also thousands of acres of dense woodland where you can camp, and find a huge array of adventures to be had. Mountain biking, hiking, high-wiring and archery are all activities which you can indulge in here in the forest.
Warm, fun, friendly and always ready with a joke, the Cornish are very hospitable and welcoming people who love where they come from and will love you for coming to visit. During my time in the county the people have really made the difference.
If you wants somewhere great to stay in Cornwall, check out this place, I highly recommend it.
Perran Springs Holiday Park