English Tourism Week takes place every year and this year’s event is fast approaching. Held from 17th – 25th March 2018, it celebrates English tourism and highlights the importance and value of tourism throughout the country. If you’re in Cornwall for English Tourism Week, you’re in luck as there are a tonne of fantastic destinations that are well worth checking out.
10 Cornwall Destinations That Are Popular With Tourists
Cornwall is home to some of England’s top tourist destinations, which is why it’s such a popular spot for locals and tourists to enjoy days out. If you’re planning a day out in Cornwall, consider visiting one of these top 10 Cornwall destinations:
Eden Project: The Eden Project is one of Cornwall’s most well known attractions, and it attracts thousands of tourists every year. Visitors can explore the wide range of tropical plants, climates and its unique approach to nature.
Dairyland Farm World: Dairyland Farm World is a great choice if you’re planning a day out in Cornwall with young children. With pony rides and cow milking, it’s an enjoyable and educational place to head.
Kidzworld Indoor Play: If the weather isn’t great during English Tourism Week, there’s no need to worry. There are a lot of indoor activities such as Kidzworld Indoor Play, which will ensure you’re still able to get out and about.
Healey’s Cyder Farm: Though we may be slightly bias, we firmly believe that Healey’s Cyder Farm really is one of Cornwall’s top days out. With tours, tractor rides down to the beautiful orchards and farm animals to meet, visitors of all ages will enjoy their visit.
St. Ives: St. Ives is one of Cornwall’s most popular seaside towns and it’s a great example of what English tourism has to offer. There’s a great beach, places to surf and lots of delicious places to eat.
St. Michael’s Mount: Explore the beautiful causeway, pathways and castle, learning about the legendary giant as you go.
Fistral Beach: Located in Newquay, Fistral Beach is one of Cornwall’s top spots for families and surfers. With fantastic waves and a great stretch of sand, it’s ideal for when the sun is shining.
National Maritime Museum: If you’re looking for an educational day trip, check out the National Maritime Museum. It provides a great insight into Cornwall’s history and its links to the sea.
Bodmin Moor: Get back to nature by paying a visit to Bodmin Moor. It’s one of Cornwall’s top natural beauties and it’s said to be inhabited by mischievous fairies.
Trebah Garden: Explore Trebah Garden and the wonderful footpaths, scenery and nature it has to offer. There’s even a secluded beach along the river.
Cornwall Days Out at Healeys Cyder Farm
At Healeys Cyder Farm, we welcome visitors to the area and encourage you to enjoy one of your Cornwall days out with us. With a range of activities and something for all ages, a day out at Healey’s Cyder Farm is fun for the whole family. To find out more about what’s on offer, get in touch. Contact us today on 01872 573 356 or online.