Top Attractions in Cornwall
Cornwall has been included into an article that talks about the “12 places you’d never believe were in the U.K”. Cornwall was mentioned four times in the post, below will show the four attractions mentioned.
One of the places was The Minack Theatre which is located at Porthcurno, only 4 miles from Land’s End in Cornwall. The theatre is a very popular tourist attraction and is constructed above a gully with a rocky outcrop that juts out into the sea.
St Michaels’s Mount was another Cornwall attraction that was mentioned in the article. St Michael’s Mount’s Cornish name means “grey rock in the woods” and represents a time before Mount’s Bay was flooded.
Kynance Cove is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, it is part of The Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall only two miles North of Lizard Village.
Porthmeor Beach in St Ives, Cornwall is a popular tourist attraction for surfers and has been recognised as another attraction that you would not believe was in the UK.
Not mentioned is the Eden Project near St Austell - the world's largest indoor rainforest - a place we would definitely recommend you to visit. Open most days throughout the year, and boasting special outdoor music sessions in the summer, Eden has something for the whole family.