attractions in cornwall

Here are just a few of the numerous attractions Cornwall has to offer under the sections - Falmouth And Surrounding Area - Cornwall At Large - Towns And Places To Visit, including Additional Links for those travelling to the area.

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    Falmouth And Surrounding Areas:

    Falmouth Harbour
    Reputed to be the third largest natural harbour in the world.

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    Pendennis Castle
    Built by Henry VIII between 1540-1545 the site has one of a pair of artillery forts built to protect this strategic area from the threat of invasion from France and Spain.

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    National Maritime Museum
    Newly opened and providing an unrivalled nautical history.

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    Glendurgan Gardens - National Trust
    A valley garden of great beauty, created in the 1820s and running down to the tiny village of Durgan and its beach.

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    Trebah Gardens
    An uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden.

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    Cornwall At Large:

    The Eden Project
    A global greenhouse & gardens for the 21st century. A 'must visit' when here in Cornwall.

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    The Lost Gardens of Heligan
    One of Cornwall's oldest and most mysterious garden.

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    Minack Theatre
    An open air theatre created from the cliffside by owner Rowena Cade.

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    The Tate Gallery
    The world famous art and events gallery in St Ives.

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    The largest satellite earth station in the world.

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    Flambards Theme Park
    A fun day out for all the family - well worth a visit.

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    Towns And Places To Visit:

    St Ives
    A pretty north coast fishing town with lots to see & do.

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    St Michaels Mount, Penzance
    A medieval castle on a magical island, regarded as “the Jewel in Cornwall’s Crown”.

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    A small south coast fishing port - famous for it's Christmas Lights.

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    Lands End
    The ultimate destination in mainland Britain.

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    The Lizard Peninsula
    The southerly-most point of mainland Britain.

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    The City of Truro
    The county city of Cornwall.

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    The Helford Passage
    Daphne du Maurier territory.

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    Additional Links:

    Weather Forecast reports for the Southwest from the Met Office

    AA Road Watch
    A great service to enjoy a smoother journey when visiting Cornwall

    National Rail Enquiries
    The nearest train station is Falmouth Town – a few minutes walk from the guest house

    Visit Southwest
    The official guide to the South West of England.

    Cornwall Tourist Board
    The Official Web Site

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