Cornwall’s Cobbles

Cornwall is one of the UK’s most breathtaking regions, with over 300 golden sandy beaches, 400 miles of rugged coastline, hundreds of acres of lush green fields and dense woodland, and winding rivers, streams and estuaries.

Granite cliffs tower over secluded bays, traditional fishing towns ooze history and heritage, and cobbled streets lead to charming art galleries and gift shops.

If you love real Cornish pasties, cream teas, tractors, cider and surfing, then you will love Cornwall!

If none of those take your fancy, then why not head to one of the county’s many art galleries, gift shops, farm shops or famous restaurants and indulge in Cornwall’s fresh produce and handmade crafts.

I’m lucky enough to have had all of this on my doorstep when I was growing up but there is still so much to discover about my beautiful homeland.

Join me on my adventures as I explore the beauty of Cornwall, from Saltash and the famous Tamar Bridge, to the historic smuggling coves of Penzance and the most south westerly point of the UK – Land’s End!

If you love Cornwall, I would love to hear where your favourite places are, so please comment below!

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  1. Ahh…Cornwall! Home is where the heart is. Not enough travel blogs about this area of the world. Will very much be looking forward to reading some of your tales.

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