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Explore Cornwall’s towns and villages

Places to visit in Cornwall

Cornwall is home to so many picturesque towns and villages that it’s hard to choose just a few that you should visit during your stay at our holiday park.

From characterful traditional fishing ports and harbours to quaint towns and villages, there’s so many places for you to explore. Here’s just a few of our favourites…

Newquay

One of the nation’s favourite seaside towns, Newquay oozes that chilled back atmosphere you’re looking for on your holiday to Cornwall.
With seven miles of stunning sandy beaches it really is the perfect place where all the family can relax and enjoy a real Cornish holiday.

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Padstow

Padstow is a charming working fishing port, home to Cornwall’s most popular cycling route; the Camel trail which links Padstow to Wadebridge. There are also regular ferries which cross the river to arrive at Rock. Padstow’s sandy beaches allow for some exhilarating water sports while plenty of great eateries are available such as Rick Stein’s restaurant.

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Port Isaac

This picturesque fishing village has a vibrant community. You may already be surprisingly familiar with Port Isaac (aka Portwenn) being as it’s home to the TV series Doc Martin.

Its narrow winding streets lines with whitewashed cottages create a unique quirkiness to the village. Wander the traditional streets down towards the harbour where you can watch the fishermen looking for their daily catch of fish, crab and lobster.

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St Ives

A breath-taking fishing harbour and seaside town where you can wonder through the maze of narrow cobbled streets, shops and traditional cottages which have inspired generations of artists. The town centre is clustered around the harbour, which dates back to the eighteenth century. With top attractions such as the Tate gallery and Barbara Hepworth museum the town stays busy all year.

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Truro

Cornwall’s only city, Truro is a shopper’s paradise and so much more. VIsit the beautiful cathedral, which dominates the skyline with its green spires.

It is home to many major stores along with small, independent shops. If you’re feeling peckish then fear not – Truro is home to lots of restaurants and cafes making for a great day out.

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Fowey

A small town at the mouth of the river Fowey, in the middle of an Area of Outstanding Beauty. The town is filled with quirky cottages and narrow cobbled streets which wind down steep hills. The natural harbour is both a thriving commercial seaport and a haven for yachts and pleasure boats. There are regular ferries across the river to get to Polrun and Bodinick if you feel like venturing out of the town.

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Mevagissey

In a picture perfect style, you can find pubs, cafes, galleries and shops clustered around Mevagissey’s harbour and along the pretty streets. The town is full of history, dating back to 1313. Along the historic streets you can find lots of the town’s seafood restaurants famous for their local scallops and mackerel. You can then end your day out with a walk along the harbour wall; the perfect Cornish evening!

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