Cornwall Points of Interest: Our Top 10

When it comes to finding fabulous points of interest in Cornwall, you won’t be short of things to choose from. However, with such a large selection of things to do, it can be difficult to narrow it down. Luckily, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10. Take a look:

Our Top Cornwall Points of Interest

  1. Lands End – As mainland Britain’s most south-westerly point, Lands End is one of the most visited points of interest in Cornwall and it’s not to be missed. There are impressive views and dramatic cliffs to enjoy.
  2. Fistral Beach – No visit to Cornwall would be complete without a trip to the beach, and Fistral Beach is one of the most popular. It’s ideal for surfing, walking, relaxing and playing.
  3. Eden Project – If you’re looking for a Cornwall point of interest that’s equal parts enjoyable and educational, look no further than the Eden Project. It’s a large indoor rainforest with a fantastic range of weird and wonderful plants.
  4. Minack Theatre – Minack Theatre is an open air theatre in Cornwall, that’s uniquely situated on the cliffs. A number of shows are showcased at the theatre throughout the year including musicals, comedy and opera.
  5. Healey’s Cyder Farm – We couldn’t list our top Cornwall points of interest without including Healey’s Cyder Farm. With tours, tractor rides, friendly animals, farm shop, restaurant & cream tea rooms, we’re confident that Healey’s Cyder Farm is a fantastic day out for the entire family.
  6. South West Coast Path – If you really want to get out and about to explore the Cornish coastline, look no further than the South West Coast Path. There are a range of routes and walks to choose form, meaning there’s something for everyone.
  7. Pendennis Castle – As one of Henry VIII’s very own fortresses, Pendennis Castle is an ideal Cornish point of interest if you’re interested in history. Explore the castle and the grounds, learning more as you go.
  8. Glendurgan Garden – Glendurgan Garden is packed full of beautiful flowers, tranquil paths and towering trees; it’s a nature lovers dream and it’s situated right next to the beach. What could be better?
  9. Caerhays Castle – Immerse yourself in history and architecture with a trip to Caerhays Castle. Originally opened in 1808, Caerhays Castle boasts beautiful gardens and stunning views.
  10. Newquay Zoo – Who doesn’t enjoy a trip to the zoo? With a wide range of animals to see and a lot of fun facts to learn, Newquay Zoo is one of the best. Plus, it boasts great facilities and caters well to those with young children.

If you’re heading to Cornwall, make sure you schedule in a trip to Healey’s Cyder Farm. To find out more, get in touch. Contact us today on 01872 573 356 or via the online contact form

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