Five things Cornwall is famous for …
A visit to Tintagel is a must if you visit Cornwall, supposedly the birthplace of King Arthur. This stunning location is also the site of Merlin’s Cave.
Pasties, ‘stargazy’ pie, Cornish Yarg, clotted cream … need we go on?
Come to Cornwall and be prepared to be gluttonous during your stay!
The books written by Winston Graham have been around for decades and there have been two major adaptations by the BBC of the eponymous saga.
A tale of tin mining, love, family feuds, inspired the dramatic landscape.
Or more accurately, Cornish bagpipes, that can be played by just handful of folks. Of course, being surrounded by the coast on three sides also means sea shanties have a stronghold on the harmonies of our superb county.
Few places in the British Isles have such a varied coastline and such magnificent light, both of which have inspired artists for generations.