Cornwall is one of the most favourite and best holiday destinations in the UK. It is a paradise of beauty and a place of inspiration to explore. The beaches, the gardens, castles, fine food, breathtaking views, moorlands and woodlands and attractions galore, make this county a perfect escapade for leisure. Whether you are looking to just sit back and relax while enjoying a Cornish cream tea or looking for an adrenal rush with an extreme sport like kite surfing, this place has many options for you to indulge yourself in the ultimate holiday. The beaches in Cornwall are awarded the prestigious blue flags making them some of the best beaches in the country. Eighty percent of Cornwall is surrounded by the sea, with the longest coastline in the UK. Coasteering and surfing are popular here and the Boardmasters Surf Festival takes place every year in Newquay. Take a trip to the North Coast and South Coast of Cornwall to discover cheerful towns and villages.
The famous Eden Project Garden is an ideal place to take your family to spend a day of new experiences. It is called the Eighth Wonder of the World for very good reasons. The outstanding global garden is the size of thirty football pitches and is an inspiring place to see the relationship between man and nature and especially the humankind’s dependence on plant life for survival. This is a great place for kids to learn and have so much fun. Do not forget to take your kids to the Dairyland Farm World where you will find lambs, kids, piglets, rabbits and donkeys you can pet, bottle feed and cows you can even milk. There is also a space age Orbiter where you could watch cows being milked in space. The Cornish Heritage Centre at the farm shows you how people used to live and work in the old days. There are rides, playgrounds and nature trails to keep the children’s enthusiasm alive. The lost garden of Heligan, Springfield Fun Park, National Maritime Museum and Blue Reef Aquarium are some of the other places that deserve your attention.
The beautiful Minack Theatre set on the edge of a cliff is an open air theatre, situated in Porthcurno. Discover King Henry the VIII’s coastal fortress by visiting Pendennis Castle and explore its underground to see how it was used as a secret base during WWII. Lanhydrock House and Garden, which is under the National Trust Properties, is a grand stately home of fifty rooms with a historical garden of thirty acres. There are many different varieties of plants and flowers that can be viewed here. Don’t forget to visit Port Elliot House, Land’s End, Flambards, Newquay Zoo and Crealy Great Adventure Park.