Taking a Holiday in Cornwall

by Steve Woodward

Even though for many years now Cornwall has been looked upon as a place where you go for what would be considered a traditional seaside holiday. Today as you will soon discover things have drastically changed in the last few years. Cornwall holidays now offer you much more than just sun (when it shines), sea and sand, there are plenty of other activities you can get involved during your stay there.

Yes, you can spend time on the beach still, but along with just enjoying the sand and the sea why not having a go at the many different water sports now available. Today Cornwall has become a very popular destination for those who enjoy both surfing and windsurfing.

But as well as the water sports there are plenty of interest places to visit and see and great food to try as well. Today some of the countries most well known chefs (Rick Stein being one) has a restaurant now in Cornwall. This provides you with the chance to try some great tasting food from a renowned chef.

However, the county of Cornwall is still a place where many families will go on holiday and there are some superb places to visit during their time there. One place that has become extremely popular since it first opened is “The Eden Project”. This is not only beautiful but is a place to learn about things relating to the effect that global warming is having on our planet. During your visit, you will learn of different ways in which not only the UK but other countries around the globe are working on to help combat global warming and so protect the planet on which we live. The Eden Project has now been ranked as a world heritage site alongside both the Grand Canyon (USA) and Taj Mahal (India).

The other great thing about holidaying in Cornwall is that no matter where you situate yourself you are never very far from the coast. Plus a short drive away and you can soon be visiting other locations based in the county of Devon, which has some really spectacular countryside for you to view.

But yes, you can spend your time on the beach whilst staying in Cornwall but if you want to see a little more of what Britain has to offer then take a visit to Dartmoor or Bodmin Moor. Here you will be able to view some of Britain’s native animals and for some you may actually find yourself spotting the Beast of Bodmin also.

As for accommodation in Cornwall when you choose to holiday there. You have a number of different types you can select from. You can either stay in a hotel or bed and breakfast (B

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