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West Cornwall > Redruth
Stithians Lake Country Park has a great activity centre offering watersports facilities in unique surroundings. Great children's play area overlooking the lake, walking and cycling trails.

West Cornwall > Camborne
Tehidy Country Park is 250 acres of woodland and lakes, ponds and cascades, with 9 miles of footpaths to explore.

North Coast > Boscastle > Bude > Crackington Haven > Polzeath > Port Isaac > Tintagel
This section of the AONB runs from Bude some 30 miles to Pentire Point.  In the north, the surfing beach of Widemouth Bay gives way to the spectacular heights at Crackington Haven and High Cliff - the highest in Cornwall.

South Coast > Falmouth > St. Mawes > Truro > Mid Cornwall > Truro
The beautifully maintained Enterprise fleet sail regularly between Cornwall’s regional hub, Truro, and the ports of Falmouth or St Mawes harbour along the stunning banks of the Fal River.

North Coast > South Coast > West Cornwall > Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley
All sides of the Cornish coastline tell a different story. Where wildlife flourishes and mining history is rooted into the ground.  There are a number of places ideal for exploring and falling in love with Cornwall. 

North Coast > Padstow
This section of the Cornwall Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is on the North coast and runs along the magnificent coastal headlands from Stepper Point, near Padstow, to Trevose Head.

West Cornwall
A network of trails across former mineral tramways in West Cornwall, free to use and open all year for walking, cycling and horse-riding.

South Coast > Fowey > Looe > Polperro
This section of the AONB runs from Par along the coast all the way to Looe and inland up the river Fowey as far as St Winnow. It is unusual in that it takes in both the town of Fowey to the west and the village of Polperro in the east.