Cornwall

Crumbly Yarg cheese, meat-stuffed pasties, clotted cream... The endless list of Cornish delicacies literally rolls off the tongue. Work up an appetite surfing off Atlantic coves, ambling across granite moors or striding out on the South West Coast Path across sandy beaches and wild flower-strewn clifftops. Be prepared for plenty of sky and lots of attractions, days out and family trips that will let you take advantage of the often stunning weather. It's easy to see why England's southwest toe with its super-quaint harbour towns has inspired celebrity chefs to take up residence. Green fingers? Potter round Cornwall's lush gardens that can be found at rambling stately homes and the modern biomes of the Eden Project alike.

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Discover The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Discover The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Explore hidden paths and bamboo tunnels on this aristocratic Cornwall estate.

Heligan, Cornwall

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Explore the Barbara Hepworth Museum

Explore the Barbara Hepworth Museum

Whether you’re a garden lover, art aficionado or simply a St Ives devotee you can’t fail to fall for the magic of the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden.

St Ives, Cornwall

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Broaden your horizons at Eden Project

Broaden your horizons at Eden Project

Five biomes make for one of Britain's most impressive eco-attractions in the hills of Cornwall.

St Austell, Cornwall

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Have a picnic on Polzeath Rocks

Have a picnic on Polzeath Rocks

Laying out your tartan blankets and cucumber sarnies on the rocks of Polzeath feels like stepping straight into the pages of an Enid Blyton novel.

Location: Daymer Bay, Cornwall

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Stroll along the ruins of Tintagel Castle

Stroll along the ruins of Tintagel Castle

Tintagel Castle is full of legend and mystery, and these evocative ruins have got to be one of England’s most mysterious and romantic spots.

Location: Tintagel, Cornwall

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Get Active and go Coasteering

Get Active and go Coasteering

Climb, scramble, swim and jump your way along the Scilly coastline, and get a whole different perspective. You can explore sheer cliffs, rocky coves, and stupendous jumps in beautiful locations not accessible any other way except by coasteering.

Location: Isles of Scilly

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Uncover The Isles of Scilly Seabird Recovery Project

Uncover The Isles of Scilly Seabird Recovery Project

Catch sight of rare wildlife on the Isles of Scilly, such as Manx shearwaters, As the islands are one of only two places in England where they breed.

Location: St. Agnes / Gugh, Isles of Scilly

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Catch art-house gems at Martin's Film Festival

Catch art-house gems at Martin's Film Festival

From art house movies to box office blockbusters, the St Martin's Film Festival (in the first week of October) is now in its second year.

Location: Isles of Scilly

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Modern art on the coast of St Ives

Modern art on the coast of St Ives

With clean air and shimmering sea, St Ives is a true English beauty. Escape the hustle and bustle of modern living by stopping in this idyllic spot.

Location: St Ives, Cornwall

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Feel the Excitement of Treesurfing at The Tamar Valley

Feel the Excitement of Treesurfing at The Tamar Valley

Tree surfing is an adrenaline-pumping, bird’s eye experience. A complex of ladders, rope bridges, zip wires, and walkways are the perfect adventure.

Location: Cornwall

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Follow in the Footsteps of Michael Morpurgo

Follow in the Footsteps of Michael Morpurgo

Are you a fan of celebrated children's author Michael Morpurgo? Come and see the island that has inspired him so much.

Location: Isles of Scilly

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Savour local treats at Tresco and Bryher Food Festival

Savour local treats at Tresco and Bryher Food Festival

Celebrate the very best in Scillonian produce this autumn with a host of local producers, chefs and suppliers on the Isles of Scilly.

Location: Isles of Scilly

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Take the Scilly Sea Swim Challenge

Take the Scilly Sea Swim Challenge

Watch the spectacle as 150 swimmers swim and walk between Scilly's main islands in just one day.

Location: Isles of Scilly

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Push your Limits at Adrenaline Quarry

Push your Limits at Adrenaline Quarry

Adrenaline Quarry. Throwing people off cliffs since 2009. Come and get your heart racing at Cornwall's high-flying adventure park.

Location: The Tamar Valley, Plymouth, Devon

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Explore the lavish rooms of Pencarrow House

Explore the lavish rooms of Pencarrow House

Forget painfully preserved rooms cordoned off behind scarlet ropes, this is a bona fide family home.

Location: Bodmin, Cornwall

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Get your boots on with Walk Scilly

Get your boots on with Walk Scilly

People come to Scilly year round to explore its wilderness on foot, and no wonder with it's balmy environment and amazing natural wildlife.

Location: Isles of Scilly

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Get active on the Isles of Scilly

Get active on the Isles of Scilly

Don't let Scilly's tranquility fool you – there is a huge range of outdoor activities to keep every member of the family occupied.

Location: Isles of Scilly, Cornwall

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Enter Daphne du Maurier’s world in Fowey

Enter Daphne du Maurier’s world in Fowey

Use the Fowey Festival as an opportunity to explore the town and countryside that inspired Daphne du Maurier.

Location: Fowey, Cornwall

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Cornish Mining World Heritage Site

Cornish Mining World Heritage Site

Discover the history and heritage behind Cornwall's mining industry, early settlers and communities.

Location: Cornwall

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Discover the Gardens of Cornwall

Discover the Gardens of Cornwall

With over 70 gardens Cornwall is often described as the garden capital of the world, visit for yourself to see the greenery at its finest.

Location: Cornwall

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