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Cornwall Attractions

Family and Kid-Friendly Beaches In Cornwall

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During low tide, a three-mile sandy strip is exposed so you can walk all the way to Ligger PointAccess to the beach from the town is buggy-safe, so you should definitely make your way from here. It also has tons of establishments around, including the kid's favourite ice creamBabies and toddlers will love playing at the beach as it is very safe for them and for dogs tooA stream runs into the beach for additional water fun. 2Swanpool Beach Families should never opt for a big and crowded beach, especially if they have a crawling babyInstead, something quieter and more intimate like Swanpool Beach is just rightVisitors can enjoy the beach, hire kayaks, and also explore the nature reserve nearbyThe café serves a huge variety of ice cream, too.

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Your Holiday Itinerary for Looe

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The Guildhall Museum and Gaol, built in the 16th century, houses remnants of the past -- shipbuilding materials, minerals collection, prison cells, and magistrate’s benches. The Old Sardine Factory Grab a quick lunch at the Old Sardine Factory, now converted to a cafe and restaurant, Looe’s newest attraction in the west sideThis Victorian building was recently rehabilitated to become the town’s heritage site, equipped with a massive coastline exhibition and a virtual reality booth featuring the smuggling and fishing life of the pastTo get your body warmed up for adventures, try the center’s wall climbing, too. Talland Bay Now, it’s time for real outdoor adventuresJumping from the sardine factory, head to the picturesque Talland Bay, also in the westThe view of the twin coves is so captivating you can’t stop snapping photosIn Talland, you’ll also see the intriguing 18th-century church filled with vicar stories.

The Guildhall Museum and Gaol, built in the 16th century, houses remnants of the past -- shipbuilding materials, minerals collection, prison cells, and magistrate’s benches. The Old Sardine Factory Grab a quick lunch at the Old Sardine Factory, now converted to a cafe and restaurant, Looe’s newest attraction in the west side



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The Best Tail-Wagging Dog-Friendly Attractions in Cornwall

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Cornwall is such a wonderful destination to visit with your dog. As well as many dog-friendly attractions, there are loads of pooch perfect pubs and cafes, as well as wonderful holiday homes where pets are most welcome. For an extensive list of dog friendly places to stay in Cornwall visit Dog Friendly Retreats which lists thousands of holiday cottages, houses and apartments where you can bring a dog and feel right at home in this beautiful county.

There are other Cornish attractions that allow pets. Unfortunately, man’s best friend is not usually allowed in the main attractions; more or less they are only allowed in the surrounding grounds. But these Cornish places we’ve listed not only allow your furry friend; they welcome it with open hearts.

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Weird and Quirky Things to See in Cornwall

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Cornwall is best known for its sandy beaches, fantastic coves, and picturesque attractions. But did you know that this county of the UK is actually home to some of the quirkiest, weirdest, and most unusual things you can find on the planet? Well, you’ve got to check these out for you to really believe it. Victorian Murder Mystery

Have you ever wondered what it felt like to be a jury in a 19th century Bodmin courthouse? Well, the Victorian Murder Mystery gives you the chance to serve as one of the juries in the famous Matthew Weeks trial for the killing of Charlotte Dymond. Was it in a fit of jealousy? Or did the police simply take advantage of Weeks’ poor cognitive capabilities? It’s a re-enactment of the 1844 trial that includes a tour of the prison cells where Weeks awaited his judgment.

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What to Do on Holiday in Cornwall

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Cornwall is famous for its beaches and its dramatic coastline. This is why most people visit this destination for a holiday. However this lovely county has stunning fishing ports, spectacular natural swimming pools, beautiful rolling countryside and also gorgeous creeks surrounded by woodland.

Cornwall is a great place to explore either by car, bike or on foot. In fact Cornwall actually is a walker's paradise with remote moorlands, forest trails and the South West Coast path ready to be enjoyed. For those who like to sample some culture on holiday, there is lots of artistic ancestry to look into and sensational architecture to admire. There is likewise a great night-life or fine-dining to enjoy when the sun drops below the horizon after a busy day of sightseeing.

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