Cornwall is one of the most popular destination for holiday makers, and its easy to see why when you consider the climate is the sunniest in the UK, and its full of stunning landscapes and beautiful sandy beaches. When you stay in Cornwall you will be close to either the English Channel or the Celtic Sea, both offering fabulous views and some of the sandiest beaches in the whole of the UK.
Bodmin is a great central location to explore the rest of Cornwall. It also features many tourist attractions itself. If you are staying in or near Bodmin. The more active can use Bodmin as the gateway to the Camel Trail a 20mile, surfaced and almost completely flat trail providing access to the beautiful Cornish countryside via a disused railway line. You can find some great caravan and camping sites close to Bodmin on the link provided.
Anytime you stay in Cornwall, a must visit is the Eden project. You will find a huge rainforest situated inside Bio-Domes, a stunning tourist attraction, and an architectural marvel, that’s an excellent choice on the rainy days – or if you want to avoid the crowds a not-so-rainy day. When considering the cost of the attraction be assured there is plenty to do to fill the whole day for your whole family. The Eden project can be found close to St Austell, one of the larger towns in Cornwall, this would be a great place to stop of and visit on your trip
Other worthy visits while in the area of the Eden project would be Lands end, The lost Gardens of Heligan, or if you want to really get the rural rugged feel of Cornwall you could take a visit to “the lizard” – the almost-an-island southerly tip of Cornwall only accessible by a small land bridge, and surrounded by wild oceans to dolphin spot. The China Clay Country Park, two miles north of st Austell , tells the story of men and women who lived, worked and played in the clay tips surrounding st Austell .
Its easy to see why Cornwall is a favorite for Caravanners and Campers alike. The mild climate makes it a great option for tenting, and for those looking to use cornwall as a base for touring you will find every stop you make full of history, beaches and tourist attractions.
If you want to plan your trip to Cornwall a good start would be UK campsites directory Bigfreeguide.com you can search the map or dive straight into campsites in Cornwall category. You will find a wide selection of campsites in the area from basic campsites to fully fledged holiday resorts with bars, pools and nightly entertainment – So whatever your looking for on your next holiday, a peaceful relaxing escape away from it all, or maybe something a bit more high energy with surfing, beaches, and night life, you will be sure to find it all when you visit Cornwall.