Must visit attractions in Cornwall
Cornwall defiantly isn’t short of must visit attractions whilst on your caravan holiday. Home to glorious beaches, top family attractions and charming towns to visit you’ll be spoiled for choice on your caravan holiday.
The Eden Project
Starting with what has been dubbed the eighth wonder of the world by some, the Eden Project is a breath-taking visitor attraction. Home to the world largest rainforest in captivity, stunning garden displays, an educational centre, a living example of sustainable living and so much more. There’s so much going on at Eden is a good idea to check their own events calendar so see what special events they have whilst on your caravan holiday. One of the top attractions in Cornwall for the whole family to enjoy.
Lanhydrock House and Garden
The stunning 17th century house is perfectly planted within a 1,000 acre wooded park, surrounded by gardens of rare shrubs and trees. Follow in the footsteps of generations of the Robartes family as you wonder through kitchens, nurseries, servants’ quarters, grand dining rooms and elegant bedrooms. Step outside to explore the historical garden, home to lush flowerbeds. Lanhydrock will captivate imaginations of both young and old, a great choice of what to do on in Cornwall.
St Michael’s mount
Take a stroll across the granite causeway where the legendary giant once walked. Arrive on the island where modern life meets a dept of history within the medieval castle. Take a tour of the castle, visit the gorgeous gardens and grab a bite to eat in the Sail Loft restaurant. Excite the senses in the sub-tropical gardens basking in the mild climate and salty breeze. A visit to St Michaels mount is a great day out for the whole family.
The largest section of the Cornwall’s Area Of Natural Beauty. Bodmin Moor is a 200 square kilometre expanse of grassland and heather scattered with granite outcrops and boulders. With high granite tors, ancient hut circles and standing stones is anything but boring. Bodmin Moor really is a rambler’s dream with a huge range of walks to explore.
If its surfing you’re into then head to Fistral in Newquaywhile on your caravan holiday in Cornwall. Being Newquay’s most iconic beaches, it’s one of the most consistent and best surfing beach in Europe. This sandy beach is the perfect family beach with excellent facilities including restaurants, cafes, toilets and surf equipment hire.
The Lost Gardens Of Heigan
Step back in time and immerse yourself in Europe’s largest garden restoration. Explore Victorian gardens and grounds along winding paths which have been laid out over two centuries ago. Ramble through the jungle experience, where pathways are lined with sub-tropical plants. The gardens really do make for an excellent day out.