Camping in Cornwall is probably the best possible way of getting close to everything that this wonderfully romantic county has to offer. The best thing about Doc Martin is not Doc Martin, it’s the scenery and it really is a good as it looks. If you’ve not seen it check it out, there’s no better tourism guide to the area.
Cornwall is a perfect holiday destination for families. With its climate you’ll get your best shot at a sunny holiday and no matter where you aim for the beaches are simply stunning. The north coast is rugged and dramatic with large sandy beaches pounded by Atlantic waves that make the area so popular with surfers. Meanwhile the south is known for its equally stunning beaches as well as its more gently rolling hillside.
Of course a holiday in Cornwall is going to feature beaches pretty heavily but there are plenty of other things to keep you amused on the days when the sun is not quite so bright. Kidzworld in St Austell is a 54,000 square foot palace of kids shaped fun. It has attractions for all ages, including the 12meter high sky trail – just don’t look down!
Eating is always going to be high on the agenda of a Cornish holiday. Who can resist the delights of a Cornish Clotted Cream tea and there are more than enough tea rooms serving scones and strawberry jam and cream the Cornish way, definitely not the Devon way. Its worth making a date for tea every day during your stay. You can also sample the Cornish clotted cream in ice cream and eating all of that cream will seem to make the cows you’ll come across that bit more special. Of course, the Cornish Pasty is the real delicacy of the south west but that doesn’t stop the county’s Michelin starred chefs and other fine dining venues crafting their own delicacies.