09 Mar 2018
Cornwall is a sunny county in the United Kingdom known for its beaches and fishing villages. Its picturesque land and seascapes make it one of the most fascinating places in the UK.
Here, you get two types of coasts: the wild Celtic Sea and the calm Cornish Riviera. If you would like to see the breath-taking sights, learn a bit about Cornwall’s history and experience the unique culture of the Cornish people.
Here are your best stops:
If you want to step into the dark side of Cornwall, Bodmin Jail is the place for you. In the 18th Century, this massive prison, which was built by prisoners of war, was the venue for executions. Today, it is a popular destination for those seeking paranormal events in the UK. A trip to Bodmin Jail is a great historical tour as well because it lends insight into the lives of the poorest, most troubled members of the Victorian society.
Camel Valley Vineyard
Take a sip of exquisite wine in countryside patios overlooking sprawling greens. Travel reviewers swear the experience is as lovely as it sounds. The Camel Valley Vineyard is world renowned for the extraordinary quality of its red, white and sparkling wines.
The Isles of Scilly
Off the Southwestern tip of Cornwall is a group of inhabited islands called the Isles of Scilly. These are fishing and farming communities, so expect to be welcomed with the mouth-watering lobsters and the freshest produce. Flowers likewise add to the islands’ breath-taking views. The scented narcissi from Scilly is beloved all over the world.
Wild Food Foraging
Foraging is a way to connect with the environment by searching for food in a safe way. Sign up for a guided tour during your trip to Cornwall.
These are just some of many fantastic activities you can do on your vacation in this county of remarkable natural beauty. Plan your next vacation and consider Cornwall as your destination.