Cornwall remains a popular holiday destination thanks to it’s mild climate and stunning scenery. The picture-postcard villages and stunning choice of clean sandy beaches make it an ideal destination for walkers, cyclists and those interested in water sports like surfing, fishing, kite surfing and sailing. Cornwall also offers visitors the chance to get away from it all and unwind if you are looking for a more relaxing and peaceful retreat.
Holiday parks are located in North and South Cornwall and include static caravans, chalets and log cabins. On site facilities may include beach access, private hot tub, club, convenience store, takeaway and gym.
Newquay has long been the UK's top destination for surfers.
There are numerous visitor attractions within easy reach ranging from kids days out to stately homes, museums and exquisite gardens. A trip to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Land’s End. You could also visit the World famous Eden Project at St Austell, the National Marine Aquarium, Minatura Park at Truro, Polperro Museum of Smuggling and Fishing, Looe Monkey Sanctuary, National Maritime Museum at Falmouth, Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum, St Michael's Mount, the Lost Gardens of Heligan or Tintagel Castle.
Your Cornwall holiday may also include a trip to the beautiful fishing village Port Isaac, which is where the TV series Doc Martin is filmed.