Pack your bags and head to this quiet heaven with entwining history, attractive towns and serene beaches. Cornwall, spread over England's rugged southwestern tip, is sure to be etched in your travel diary, making sure you re-visit time-and-again.
St Michael’s Mount
Experience a very different day out at the St Michael's Mount that boasts of a magnificent castle and a picturesque harbor, along with majestic gardens.
Situated in the heart of the town, St. Ives will fill your heart with postcard-perfect beaches and streets dotted with art and architecture.
Spend an evening with the fishermen in this thriving village lying on the Atlantic Coast, and cherish the English way of living.
Take a walk along the mighty cliffs, the most westerly point of mainland Cornwall, for panoramic views of the Sun rising across the horizon.
At this secluded bay with white sand and clear water, ramble along the caves and rock stacks lining the shore.
Smuggler’s Harbour of Polperro
A smuggler’s rendezvous for brandy in olden days, the harbour is now a relaxing spot with quaint country cottages clinging to each other.
Go back in the Jane Austen novel villages as you wander around Fowey, a town that is bestowed with rustic harbor, ancient church and incredible beaches.
St Mawes Castle
Situated near Falmouth in Cornwall, it is an artillery fort constructed by Henry VIII. The prodigious castle was built as a consequence of international tensions.
Nestled along the southern coastlines, the off beaten pace of this fishing port and village will take you down your memory lane.
Situated between Padstow and Newquay is the coastal stretch of serene waters owned by National Trust.
An amazing place to get your surfboard going, catch some waves at this town near Cornwall. Polzeath may also interest you in swimming, cycling and wind surfing.