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Cornwall sees a huge number of tourists passing through its borders year after year. Many of them are visiting for the first time, but many are return visitors, wooed into making repeat trips by the wealth of things to do that they discover in Cornwall.

The most famous part of Cornwall is its coastline, which is understandable when it has more coastline than any other county in England. There are beaches in Cornwall that can meet the demands of absolutely anybody. Are you interested in surfing? Then there are plenty of beaches known for having great waves. Would you prefer to play on the sand all day and occasionally go paddling? Then the long, sloping sandy beaches such as Widemouth will be perfect for you. Prefer somewhere quieter where you can lap up the sun? Sandymouth might just be the perfect place for you.

For those who don’t want to be limited to just visiting the beach whilst staying in their Cornwall cottages there are plenty of attractions inland too such as the world famous Eden Project or one of Cornwall’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Tamar Valley. You can also spend your days wandering through the delightful villages that are dotted around Cornwall that still possess definite rural charm.

Of course, it’s not just activities that bring people back for their Cornwall holidays year after year; the whole area is absolutely beautiful. Whether you’re out walking the cliffs, lying on a beach or exploring the inland areas of this marvellous county, you’re sure to be wowed by the views you set your eyes upon.


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