Southwest Cornwall is justifiably becoming one of England’s premier tourists location offering something for everyone; be they surfers, birdwatchers, walkers, or garden lovers.
Quality of food in Cornwall has always been a pride for all of us. In the recent years, we have seen the birth of a new generation of very talented chefs and locals producers. You will now have the opportunity to taste the most amazing dishes and drink surprisingly good Cornish wines and ales.
There are many long sandy beaches and sheltered fishing coves. Networks of coastal paths circle the dramatic coast from St Ives to the Lizard Peninsula and cross the moors through ancient iron age sites and standing stones. The south west boasts a rich cultural heritage: the Newlyn School painters, the modern Tate Gallery and Barbara Hepworth museum in St Ives and the world famous Minack Theatre on the cliffs of Porthcurno.
The mild climate favours the many sub-tropical gardens at Trelissick, Trebah and Trengwainton. And Cornwall now has Britain’s most exciting tourist attraction with the Eden Project.
An extensive network of buses and trains will allow you you to visit all those marvelous places with ease. For more informations, click on the following links.