Summer Fun In Cornwall
Are you a fan of Cornwall and exploring all there is to see and do in this unique, sprawling part of the UK? Surrounded on almost all sides by Atlantic coastline and with a rich maritime history, it’s no wonder people from around the world descend on the area time and again to experience all it has to offer. Maybe you want to do something a bit different this time but you aren’t sure what. This useful little guide to summer fun in Cornwall should help you pick some great ideas to help create the summer to remember!
Caravan holiday homes are some of the most popular options for accommodation in Cornwall. Not only are they convenient and comfortable, but hey also offer a home away from home feel amid well appointed and equipped caravans with their own sitting areas, dining areas and kitchens. The caravans you can stay in at Perran Springs are just like this, and they offer options from fully equipped family caravans all the way down to just tent pitches with small pod type caravans being popular for couples or single travellers. Their location couldn’t be better either, with almost all great sites for things to see and do less than an hour by car.
Perran Springs Holiday Park
When it comes to travelling around Cornwall, some of the best sites are arguably down on the very southern parts of the coast. One of the top places to head if you like getting out into nature and hiking is The Lizard, including Lizard Point – the most southerly point in the UK. Be sure to stop at the cafe there for cream teas, the biggest you will probably ever see. Sennen Cove is likewise a beautiful area with hiking, picnic spots and an adorable town that you can’t miss. St Ives, of course, is probably the crowning jewel of South Cornwall, and it’s said artists come from miles around to paint the city from different areas because the light shines in such a way that it makes it perfect for painting. You can pick up prints of your favourite scenes at one of the many art galleries dotted around town.
Of course Cornwall is known for its watersports. Whether you want something light and easy like fishing or something a bit more intense like body boarding or surfing, you can find it here. You can go out on boating trips in different areas as well, or just kick back on the sand of some of the areas best beaches with a book and the sea splashing in the distance for total relaxation.
So whether you want something adventurous or calm and relaxing, you can rest assured that Cornwall has a bit of everything for everyone. What kind of holiday do you prefer? We’d love to hear from you in the comments!