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Wherever you choose to spend your holiday in Cornwall, you'll find no shortage of fascinating places to visit. The brief descriptions given below are just a taste of the unique places which is Cornwall.

 

 

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HAYLE

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Former seaport and foundry town. Granite railway viaduct. Expanse of sands and estuary of interest to ornithologists. Rare birds, endangered animals and falconry displays at Paradise Park. Richard Trevithick built his first steam-powered road carriage here.

 

HELFORD (Helston)

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Picture postcard village on Helford River and yachtsman's haven. Daphne du Maurier's Frenchman's Creek to west. Beauty and solitude.

 

HELLAND (Bodmin Moor)

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Bodmin Moor. A small village with its famous 15th century arched bridge, one of the best examples in Cornwall.

 

HELSTON

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'Quaint old Cornish town' of the Furry Dance, which each May spins through decorated streets, gardens and shops. Bob Fitzsimmons, world heavyweight boxing champion, born here. Victorian Guildhall, Folk Museum, Loe Pool and Penrose Estate (NT) for walks. Nearby RNAS Culdrose with viewing enclosure and Air Day in July. Flambards Village and Poldark Mine are leading tourist attractions.

 

HOLYWELL BAY (Newquay)

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Attractive beach with towering sand dunes (NT) west of Newquay. Leisure park and golf club.


 

       

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