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Places to visit in Cornwall
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Cornwall’s destinations

If the stunning beaches, top family attractions and great local events don't do it for you then Cornwall's vast array of picture-postcard destinations surely will! Spend your time visiting the many chocolate-box fishing villages, small market towns and the picturesque city of Truro during your stay at our Cornwall holiday park

Follow in the footsteps of Ross Poldark by visiting the many film locations, wander around the streets of Doc Martin's Port Isaac (or Portwenn to give it its on-screen name), hit the shops of Cornwall's only city or grab a bite to eat in Rick Stein's famous seafood restaurant in Padstow, as you look out over the harbour - the choice is yours!

To help inspire you ahead of your stay with us, we've put together a mini guide of just some (and there are many more!) places you should visit in Cornwall...

Local area

looe harbour


Just a short distance from our park, the busy town of Looe is well worth a visit. Looe keeps visitors entertained all year round whilst still retaining a working fishing port. The town prides itself on it’s fresh fish, and is home to award winning fish and chip shops & restaurants.

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Step back in time in what is a largely an unspoilt fishing village close to our park. Polperro’s beautiful cottages cling to steep hillsides around a small harbour with spectacular views of land and sea making it an artist’s paradise. A must visit during your stay!



Fowey sits in the heart of an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and hangs off the side of a deep, natural estuary. It’s a picturesque town, with narrow streets and and is packed full of independent shops selling gifts, artwork, clothing and books plus top cafes and restaurants.

A little further afield...


The Lizard

The Lizard is the UK’s most southerly land mass and is well worth a visit. Sparsely populated and boasting a spectacular coastline, with picturesque fishing villages, the Lizard has a completely different feel to just about anywhere else in Cornwall & is great for those who love walking!


Truro is a vibrant centre of shopping, culture and impressive architecture right in the heart of Cornwall. At its centre is an impressive cathedral and in its shadow is a warren of compact streets full of independent traders, leading national chains, cafes, bars and restaurants.

surfing hotspots cornwall


Newquay is a popular resort on the north coast. It is home to seven magnificent beaches (including the surfing hotspot that is Fistral), many great attractions and a busy town centre full of shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and amenities including supermarkets and even a cinema.

On the north coast

St Ives

St Ives

St Ives is a busy coastal resort on the north coast. It combines a busy retail offering and cafe culture with an artistic feel and beautiful beaches. It’s a great place to spend the day (you can even travel by train) and is one of the 10 best European beach destinations, as compiled by TripAdvisor.

Padstow harbour


Just a short drive up the north coast of Cornwall is Padstow. This picturesque harbour town is a must-visit. Here you can spend hours exploring the streets, buying gifts in the many independent shops or grabbing a bite to eat in the famous restaurants owned by Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth.

Port Issac

Port Isaac

Port Isaac is a traditional fishing village with a vibrant local community in north Cornwall. Known by some for its on-screen name of Portwen, it’s the home to the TV series Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes. It’s a stunning location with narrow winding streets lined with whitewashed cottages.

Holidays in Cornwall

Beach Summer Holidays


Cornwall is a beach lover’s paradise with dozens of award-winning, blue flag beaches for you to choose from.



Cornwall is home to dozens of top family attractions – perfect for days out or when the weather isn’t being so kind.

Local events

Cornwall boasts a jam-packed what’s on diary full of events, from music festivals to agricultural shows.