Cornwall is the British people a go-to place for a seaside vacation. If you have not experienced one yet in England then Cornwall is the best place for vacations in England. There are heaps of best coastlines and seaside towns. A lot to explore, and refresh in the sea. The beaches are so stunning that it could rival the Caribbean. Cornwall is the sunniest spot in England. It is located in southwest England bordering from north and west with the Celtic sea. It is famed for its scrumptious food and life on the coastline consisting of art. Here are the top 5 places to visit in Cornwall, England.
Even in summers, st Ives is a place that feels tropical. St Ives is the best place to relax in Cornwall. Enjoy the best scones served with the cozy breeze of sandy beach. This place is also known for the museums and galleries it has. The most famous ones to visit are the barbara Hepworth museum. Through the beautiful alleys, gorgeous fisherman houses set at every corner. This town is the most beautiful town in Cornwall.
Port Isaac is perched on the coast of Atlantic in Cornwall. The prodigious village is too good to be missed out. Indulge in the culture of fishermen and watch them have their catch of the day presented. Wander through tiny alleys and explore the fisher town. Port Isaac looks like any Italian village.
St. Michael Mount
Found on 500 meters from the Cornwall mainland. The st Michael Mount is the English version of the monastery mont saint Michel. The castle and surrounded island are connected through a gigantic causeway to island Marazion. It’s the hint of Cornish history that you will experience. Marazion is the oldest town of Cornwall and has some Victorian manors facing the sea. Coffee shops and beautiful galleries at every corner are found on cobbled streets.
The Roseland Peninsula
It is situated on the outskirts of south Cornwall. This fishing village of St Mawes is the main – most stunning – harbor town of the rose land peninsula. Idle rock is a hotel built in 100 years back still doing great in the town on the waterfront. The lines up chalky cottages lead your way to the St Mawes castle. It is a Tudor fort with views of the sea. The Portscatho village is known for its flashy galleries, the least crowded village has low key beach vibes.
The town has the most recognized modern galleries. Chapel street shows the local’s talent of Cornwall. Along with that prince’s street is the little sister to Newlyn art gallery. The culinary scene is great at Penzance. The shore has Martin Wishart, Bruce Rennie, and Larne inn. Highlighting the culinary industry of Cornwall and satisfying the tourist with high-end quality of gourmet food.