Places To Visit In Cornwall


Gorgeous food, places, beaches and ruins make Cornwall one of the most interesting places to visit in England. I love it so much that I go there as often as I possibly can and you should experience Cornwall for yourself too. Today I am going to be talking about Cornwall and why it is such a special place. Read on to find out more.


A holiday in Looe, Cornwall is a great place to start any Cornwall adventure and this small seaside town is a great place to visit. The views are picturesque with the many boats moored here and the beautiful houses that sit on levels like a staircase on the hills. This is a great place to try some amazing fish and chips and you can always count on it being super fresh. There are also many opportunities to walk and the South West Coast Path passed through the town. The river is also a great place to walk and explore. I love the main beach with its golden sand and calm waters, which makes it a great palce to take the family.

Botallack Mine

The area between St. Just and Pendeen village is home to abandoned mines from Cornwall’s industrial past. This area is a fascinating insight into the way the miners lived in the years gone by. I would highly recommend the one mile walk through the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site where you can see a number of stone buildings from this time.

St. Loy

On the south west coast lies one of the greatest beaches in all of Cornwall and one of my personal favourites. It is a typical enclosed cove beach that is very prominent in the area. There are great large rocks, cliffs on either side, and it is a great place to hike and explore. I would highly recommend the South West Coast Path where you can enjoy some challenging ascents and descents, see the woodlands and even ancient monuments along the way.

Cawsand and Kingsand

Located on the Rame Peninsula, these are two villages that you must visit. Interestingly these are not as popular as other parts of Cornwall, but have a lot to offer. This is the place to be to enjoy the quieter side of Cornwall and it is well worth a visit. Cawsand beach is definitely a great place to sit and relax. It is rather small but extremely cosy as there are generally very few people around. Aside from this there is a lot of beautiful greenery to explore in the area.