Cornwall Travel Guide

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Keith Goodwin

Cornwall is the south-westernmost county in England. Touristically, it is most noted for its stunning, very British-style coastline with highlights ranging from fine, long sandy beaches and dramatic cliffs and bays in the north to quaint fishing harbours and rolling coastal hills in the south. Cornwall benefits from the Gulf-stream, particularly in summer when the climate can be balmy.

Visitors could do worse than to visit these:

Land's End (the south-westernmost tip of the UK)
Bude town, beach and breakwater
Penzance town and Tate (Art) Gallery
Bedruthan Steps (dramatic bay and beach)
The beaches around and north of Newquay
St. Austell "Eco-Bubbles"
St. Michael's Mount

Hundreds of walkers enjoy walking all or part of the Cornish coastal path every year.
Tea and scones with cream and jam (Cornish Cream Tea) is a delicious local speciality.

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