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Coastal path, Cornwall
Wild pony on Bodmin Moor
Coastal Path Cornwall
Cornwall view to Bodmin Moor
Holywell Bay, Cornwall
View over to windmill from Polyphant
Sandymouth Bay Cornwall
Pony on Bodmin Moor
View of the low tide at Rock
It’s hard not to fall in love with Cornwall.

Located in the far west of Great Britain, Cornwall lies on a long peninsula with no inland area more than 20 miles from the sea. It has a coastline of over 400 miles with 158 miles designated as Heritage Coast.

Cornwall is diverse. The dramatic coastline, accessed by the spectacular South West Coast Path provides walkers with miles of gentle strolls and challenging hikes. Along the way there are captivating fishing harbours and splendid beaches with pounding surf that provides a natural playground for a variety of water sports.

Inland, there is Bodmin Moor with its panorama of big skies, fascinating prehistoric remains, great walking trails and more than its fair share of local legends. Rivers and streams, farmland and woods along with villages and hamlets all go together to make up the diversity of Cornwall.

Although it seems a million miles away, it’s easy to access by road, rail or air.

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