Welcome to Cornwall

Mysterious, ancient, remote - Cornwall is different. It's also very beautiful, with scenery, countryside and coastline unique to Britain.


Around the coast you'll find every type of scenery, all perfect for exploring by bike or on foot. Steep, rocky cliffs; wide, sandy beaches; secluded coves and narrow inlets - and the best surfing waves in Britain. The marine life is unique - look out for seals, dolphins and even giant turtles - while seabirds and visiting rarities keep the birdwatchers happy. Inland, Bodmin Moor is famous for mists and wildness, but it is perfect for a miles-from-anywhere walk among stunning scenery.

Places to visit

Click the links below to view them on the interactive map.

  • Carnglaze Caverns
  • Polperro
  • Plymouth Hoe
  • Adrenalin Quarry
  • Kartworld
  • Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary
  • National Marine Aquarium
  • Royal William Yard
  • Mayflower Museum
  • The Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • Eden Project
  • Padstow

Holiday Parks in Cornwall

Dobwalls Nr. Liskeard,
PL14 6LD

Call 01579 320049
Or email enquiries@hoburne.com

This is the place to unwind, at a holiday park in Cornwall. Charming timber lodges and chalets, many overlooking our own 9 hole golf course, offer a warm welcome for lovers of peace and tranquility, surrounded by stunning countryside. There's a games room with skittles and more, a tennis court and a kids adventure playground, but the main attraction is the location - perfectly placed for exploring all that Cornwall has to offer.

Callington Honey Fair

Callington Honey Fair

Callington Honey Fair is one of the largest street fairs in Cornwall, with hundreds of people visiting the town to enjoy the one day event. The streets of Callington are given over to craft stalls, a town crier competition, live music, a fun fair and those all important honey competitions. Less than 30 mins away

When: Wednesday 5 October 2016
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Tavistock Goose Fair

Tavistock Goose Fair

Tavistock Goose Fair is one of the best known fairs in the West Country and has its ancient origins in the Michelmas fair that first came into being in the early 12th century.  No one is sure where the name ‘Goose Fair’ came from but it was probably because of the farmers bringing their Geese to market on that date. The annual event brings in traders from all over the country and many numbers of visitors to the town. Less than 45 mins away

When: Wednesday 12 October 2016
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Halloweden 2016

Halloweden 2016

Celebrate Halloween at the Eden Project in Cornwall this October half-term: get involved in magical craft activities and dare to be scared.

When: Saturday 22 October 2016 - Sunday 30 October 2016
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  • “Peaceful and well maintained retreat was the perfect base to explore..the lovely attractions of Cornwall”

    RachelO, August 2015, Trip Advisor, Doublebois Guest