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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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KENNACK SANDS (Lizard Peninsular)

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Popular beach on Lizard Peninsula. Ruins of serpentine factory at nearby Carleon Cove.

 

KINGSAND

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The village of Kingsand is a historical fishing villages, unspoilt by time and here you will find colour washed old cottages, narrow streets, pubs, restaurants and shops catering for your every need. Frequent winners of the Best Kept Village award and a conservation area set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

KILKHAMPTON (Bude)

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Stands 600 feet above the sea, three miles south of Morwenstow. It is a large attractive village in the heart of "Grenville country" - Sir Richard (cousin of Walter Raleigh and friend of Sir Francis Drake) was born here in the 16th Century and Sir Bevil in the 17th Century. Nearby Stowe Barton was the house of the Grenville family. It was built on the site of Stowe House, once one of the most magnificent homes in England and described by Charles Kingsley in "Westward Ho!". The church, standing in the village street by a quaint courtyard of cottages, speaks eloquently of heraldry, and it is obvious that rich men have lavished their wealth upon it. It contains some of the finest work in Cornwall, from its Norman south doorway to its large collection of bench-ends and fine window tracery of the 15th and 16th centuries.

 

KYNANCE COVE (Lizard)

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Famed beauty spot northwest of Lizard village. Sheltered sandy coves and caves at low tide. Largest outcrop of serpentine rock in Britain. Cafe. Steep path from cliff top car park (NT).

 

 

       

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