Cornwall region, which lies in the southwest of England, provides various charms ranging from activities that are fun to education. Cornwall also has the best beaches in Britain for surfing, plus you’ll see fishing villages are unique, and the beauty of the Badlands Bodmin Moor.
Cornwall region managed to attract millions of visitors, not only with its beautiful beaches, but also the castle that have historical value, such as Pendennis Castle and Restormel Castle, various museums, to theme park where you spoil the children.
The north coast of Cornwall, which are a sandy ocean waves being suitable for surfing activities, so it is no wonder that the region is the best surfing waves in the United Kingdom. The south coast is closed because of a cliff, bay or estuary. In general, the beach in Cornwall is a natural beach that is not supported by concrete walls. With soft sand and golden in color, of course is ideal for children to build sand castles, while you can idly while sunbathing.
Surfing and Bodyboarding in the region increasingly attractive to many people, such as at the beach nude, Polzeath, Newquay, Perranporth, Portreath, St Ives and Sennen. Especially during the summer, the beaches of Cornwall are very crowded. Other activities that you can do is visit the Eden Project’s with bone giant or explore mined underground in Geevor and Levant at the Land’s End peninsula, or stop in at the National Trust’s Lanhydrock House, located near Bodmin to look back lifestyle of the Cornwall’s Victorian.
There are many small beaches accessible by foot. One of the biggest beaches is nice to visit, Porthkidney Sands in St Ives Bay, approximately 1 mile long with soft white sand. From the car park at Lelant Saltings Station, you can traverse a golf course, after 25 minutes you will find this beach.
At the height of the holiday as a Saturday in August, to avoid passing the A30 between Bodmin and Truro from 10:00 am until 16:00 pm. Try to pass before or after these hours. To avoid trouble finding a parking space in crowded moments, may try to use park-and-ride schemes, particularly in St Ives where the park will be filled with visitors who stay clear. Beware of seagulls. Do fed and avoid walking along the beach to hold ice cream or food, or they will be snatched from your hands.