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Set high on the rugged North Cornwall coast, visitors can enjoy dramatic sea views from the castle ruins on the headland and island. Merlin’s Cave can be accessed when tide is out.
On this beach you can Surf, Swim, Rock pool and make sandcastles depending on the tide! You can enjoy coastal walks, views from the headland or take a break in Cafes and a pub where you can get traditional pub food.
The village is one of the few remaining unspoilt harbour villages in Cornwall. Designated an Area of Outstanding beauty, the National Trust own and care for the beautiful medieval harbour and surrounding coastline
A small and picturesque fishing village and is the home of the Doc Martin series. This is a view of his house and a view across the Harbour.
Roughtor on the edge of Bodmin Moor is a somewhat energetic climb to the top, walking boots are a must, also take note of the weather as it can change quickly, but affords some lovely views!
This fishing port is largely unspoilt, with a beautiful harbour. It has good shopping facilities, cafes, pubs and restaurants, including the Rick Stein Seafood Restaurant.
A picturesque harbour surrounded by beautiful beaches. It is home to the National Maritime Museum, several art galleries and the famous sailing regatta.
Surrounded by Myths and legends this is a magical riverside woodland walk with a 60-foot waterfall which has punched a hole through the rocks.