Cornwall Tourism Guide

The Hidden Beauty of Caravan Holiday Parks in Cornwall

Cornwall often ranks at number one amongst the top UK ‘staycationing’ destinations because of its many natural wonders.  Newquay beach is a hotspot for surfers, families and daytime partiers but the sands of the South West coast make up just one golden coin within a treasure chest full of beautiful locations in Cornwall – sharing company with the very best caravanning sites in Great Britain.

Singling out a couple of majestic locations in the region and paralleling that quality with local Cornwall holiday parks will help you prepare an enjoyable itinerary whilst identifying a great place to stay, for when you pay a to visit Britain’s favourite corner.

Tintagel Castle

Tintagel castle spectacularly looks out onto the Atlantic Ocean and if you get the chance to visit, try peeping over the edge of the mount into the wave-beaten rocks below.  You may just see some seals perched on the miniature rocky islands which poke out from the crashing waters.  Sit within earshot of a guide and you will learn about Arthurian legends and stories of Merlin’s cave – which you can visit.

Riviere Sands

Just an hour down the coastline is an equally breathtaking Cornwall holidays site from Haven – Riviere Sands:

–          Stunning coastal walks

–          Exemplary family facilities

–          Beachfront holiday homes

–          A-road access for easy navigation throughout Cornwall

–          Local beach with white sand, turquoise water and big surf

–          Kids clubs, sports activities and nightly entertainment

St. Michael’s Mount

Travel cross-country for 20 minutes and you will arrive at Mount’s Bay and situated in the English Channel is St. Michael’s Mount – a small mythical island which is home to a castle of mesmerising beauty.  In high-tide you can travel to the island via the local taxi boats but if the tide is low, a path leading from the shore to the mount becomes visible just beneath the surface of the water – you can walk along this path if you are willing to get your feet wet.

The path connects the town of Marazion to the medieval castle – within the town you can enjoy the local food and learn about the role this little place played as the country’s first line of defence.

Perran Sands

Another of Haven’s top quality caravan parks Cornwall is located a little further north than these locations but if you enjoy driving along the beautiful country roads, it may well be a more suitable base for your holidaying in the South West.

–          Tucked into the coastal sand dunes

–          Onsite surf school

–          Massive waves to enjoy

–          Amazing beach  walk through to Perranporth

–          Stunning country/seaside views

–          Immersed in Cornish spirit

Visit Cornwall

Wherever you decide to stay in Cornwall, you ought to make the effort and visit these amazing places.  Go out and embrace the history of the region every day before retreating back to your Haven caravan with a nice cream tea and recollecting the day’s events.

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