In the south western part of England lies the beautiful country of Cornwall. With its pristine beaches, coastal walks, lovely harbour towns and myriad attractions, it offers the perfect retreat for everyone. The long stretches of coastline are an excellent source of fun for both old and the young. Not to forget, the Looe and Polperro area is beautiful! This is a land with plenty to do and see.

Apart from hosting more than 300 beaches, Cornwall is home to several other great attractions too including historic gardens, architectural marvels and theme parks spread throughout the country.

Accommodation facilities are also easily available. There is a wide variety of lodges, camping sites, catering cottages and hotels to choose from.

Regardless of the several activities and places to visit in the country, one of the biggest reasons people come here is the pristine beaches and surf onoffer. Fistral in Newquay is one of the most famous beaches in the country. Among other things, one of the largest pro surfing competitions in the world is hosted here.

Northern Beaches

Starting from the North, there is Bedruthen Steps, a large sandy beach with great scenery. Bude is another popular beach on this side, with a free tidal swimming pool. Boobsy Bay has a sandy beach and is widely known for surfing. Chapel Porth is another beach that is popular more with families. Beaches this side are well-known for their cool surfing culture and the best restaurants

Beaches in the South

Towards the South, there is Looe beach, another popular destination for families. Then there is Whitsand beach, which is one of the most-visited beaches in that part of the country. If you are looking for a more secluded beach, Polperro and Lansallos are good options.

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Beaches in the Central and Western Parts

The central part of the country too is home to many beaches, both big and small. Some of the noteworthy ones in this part of the country include Swanpool, Carne Beach and Par sands. In the western side, we have beaches like Church Cove, Gunwalloe and Cadgwith that boast of amazing coastal scenery. The country has several offbeat places where you have the opportunity to completely get away from the crowds and enjoy the solitude.

Cornwall has received several awards and recognition for its tourism, but what’s more important is that it has won the hearts of the millions who have visited this magical land. Whether you are looking for a holiday with a bit of adrenaline rush or a restful time to ease off your daily stresses, Cornwall will not disappoint you. So if you are looking to unwind, relax and recharge yourself, just visit Cornwall. With options aplenty, you will be spoilt for choice!

References:

https://www.visitcornwall.com/beaches

http://www.express.co.uk/travel/beach/590598/Cornwall-travel-style-tropical-exotic-Falmouth

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