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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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NANCLEDRA (Penzance)

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A hamlet mid-way between north and south coasts and ideally situated for exploring the winding streets, art galleries and lovely beaches of St Ives, 3 miles to the north , or the bustling harbour town of Penzance 4 miles south and the stepping-off point by sea or air to the Isles of Scilly.

 

NEWLYN (Penzance)

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Largest fish landing port in England and Wales, adjoining Penzance. Home of Newlyn School of Artists. Contemporary art gallery. Pilchard Works, a re-creation of the pilchard packing industry.

 

NEWQUAY

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Cornwall's most popular and liveliest resort with fine beaches. Major centre for surfing. Zoo, golf course, Trenance Leisure Park, Waterworld, Sea Life Centre and plentiful night life. Balloon Festival and Celebrate the 1900s week in July. Nearby, Elizabethan Trerice Manor (NT), Dairy Land Farm World and Lappa Valley Steam Railway.

 

NEW POLZEATH (Wadebridge)

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A glorious headland just north of the surfing beach of Polzeath, with lovely views over the beach and the Camel Estuary to Daymer Bay and Trevose Head. Mostly National Trust land, there are coastal walks, viewpoints and New Polzeath beach merely a few minutes drive down the hill.

 

NORTH HILL (Launceston)

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An unspoilt village with winding streets overlooking the moors. A large decorated 14th/15th century church with many interesting monument are in this village. You can also find Bronze Age hut circles and 19th century granite quarry workings around nearby Kilmar Tor and Hawk's Tor.


 

       

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