Cornwall and neighbouring Devon – are two remarkable and beautiful counties in the South West of England. Their subtropical climate attracts thousands of tourists to this part of the Atlantic shore each year. Fresh air, vast space, surfing, fishing, boating, sailing, historical landmarks and legends – this is just a tiny part of what brings tourists from all over the UK and other parts of the world here to Cornwall. Next time you think about holidays away from home think about Cornwall, you will not regret it. Check the TripAdvisor tourists' reviews.
See the links to some of the site containing information on Cornish landmarks, culture and traditions.
Cornwall can offer a meal that will please any taste, including local beef, lamb or fresh seafood but Cornish Pasty is a must. There is plenty of cafes, restaurants and pubs in Cornwall offering traditional Cornish cuisine dishes. British celebrity chiefs like Rick Stein or Jamie Oliver meet ang greet customers at their restaurants here in Cornwall. Seafood and fish fans will be amazed by the variety the Atlantic ocean can offer, including scallops, oysters, crabs. mackerel, sardines or plaice. Cornwall can also offer meat dishes cooked of local beef, lamb or pork. Cornwall can also offer a variety of local cheese, vegetables and fruit.
North Cornwall faces the Atlantic Ocean when the Southern coast is sepаrated from Europe by the English Channel. North Cornwall is more rigid, the ocean - more rough, but here you will find the best surfing baysof Cornwall. South Cornwall seems to have milder climate, weaker winds and warmer sea water. It is possible to walk around Cornwall along the Coastal Public Footpath, so it is quite realistic to walk around Cornwall on foot. Visit Celtic Life's Image Gallery and the company's blog Travels around Great Britain. Interesing images and description of Cornish bays and beacheas can also be found on Tripadvisor, for example, Perranporth, Fistral Beach or Crantock Beach