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Cornwall Holidays

Family and Kid-Friendly Beaches In Cornwall

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Luckily Cornwall has the widest choice of holiday accommodation and there are hundreds of large holiday homes suitable for families throughout this spectacular county.  Next is to plan what to doMake sure you opt for a family-oriented beach that is safe and interesting for your little one, especially since babies might not be into hiking a lotHere are some of the best beaches to go to when you are going with your family. 1Perranporth Beach This is one of the best beaches on the north coast so it is definitely worth a visit During low tide, a three-mile sandy strip is exposed so you can walk all the way to Ligger Point Access to the beach from the town is buggy-safe, so you should definitely make your way from here.

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Tips to Enjoying a Holiday in Cornwall without Breaking the Bank

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A good place to start is this BG Adventure article which outlines some of the must-see attractions and must-do activities in Cornwall You can also try local tourism sites such as VisitCornwall.co.uk, which runs discounts and promotions from time to time Or go to the attraction's website itself for the latest news and tips. Give a working holiday a serious thought.  The National Trust offers a wide range of working holiday where you will be helping the Trust preserve some of its assets by performing a variety of workIt’s like volunteering for the upkeep of the interests of the National TrustLike any work, you will also enjoy time off to give you the chance to enjoy the beauty and history of the local communityIn many cases, free activities are provided as part of the Trust deal.

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Finding Falmouth’s Best Beaches

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By capitalizing on its rich maritime legacy as well as rich cultural heritage and many world-renowned tourist attractions, Falmouth has slowly but surely transformed its many beaches into a complete holiday treat for vacationers and thrill-seekers alike. It's an amazing holiday destination with some fantastic places to see and explore. Just visit the Falmouth website for some great ideas on things to see and do while on holiday in the area. Gyllyngvase Beach in Falmouth. Photo by Tim Green The Environmentally-Attuned Gyllyngvase Beach With a well-renowned café and the prestige of a Blue Flag recognition, the Gyllyngvase Beach is one of Falmouth’s most sought-after beaches.

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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.

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Select Sea View Accommodation in Cornwall

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Cottages in Cornwall by the sea rent out by the week for costs that usually has holidaymakers scurrying around for less expensive alternatives. Choosing a Hotel by the Sea While it's nice to have the freedom of your own sea view cottages , it's often great to indulge in the high-end that hotels have to offerHolidaymakers have a broad choice of hotels and resorts to select from across Cornwall, where you can be tended to on hand-and-foot and appreciate a relaxing stay in CornwallAlong with bed, morning meal and supper, numerous of these hotels and resorts now have leisure facilities such as spas, fitness rooms and swimming poolsThere are so many different types of hotel to choose from, many with stunning sea views.

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Art Holidays in Cornwall

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Everyone should experience the art that Cornwall has to offer. It is here in the far west of the UK that some of the nation's greatest artists have emerged. It's the tranquil countryside, big skies, rugged coastline and vibrant fishing villages that has inspired Cornwall artists and visiting painters for many decades. If you like art and want to go somewhere which is beautiful and awe-inspiring, you should consider a art holiday in Cornwall. Artistic breaks in Cornwall perfect for exploring the local the art scene, while being able to take in spectacular views of the gleaming sea and landscapes as you walk or cycle the seaside footpath.

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