The Easter break is often regarded as the start of the holiday season. The mild Spring temperature together with the long hours of daylight offers visitors the opportunity to explore and enjoy Cornwall’s beautiful scenery and numerous visitor attractions.
Whether you are staying for a short Easter break or a longer family holiday, you will find Cornwall has plenty of things to keep everyone occupied. From ancient castles and historic houses to picture postcard villages and stunning coastal walks. Popular attractions include the UNESCO World Heritage Tin Mines, The Eden Project, King Arthur’s Castle at Tintagel, St. Michaels Mount, Minack Theatre and The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
This area of the south west is also well known for it’s water-sports with Newquay often referred to as the UK’s surfing capital. Easter breaks in Cornwall are available at a wide variety of holiday parks offering a range of on site facilities. Accommodation includes lodges, static caravans, cottages or chalets.