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North Coast > Tintagel
Nestling among the modern buildings of Tintagel high street, this is an unusual and atmospheric 14th-century yeoman's farmhouse, with a famously wavy roof.

South Coast > Mevagissey > Pentewan > St. Austell
Heligan is so much more than a garden restored; its own special atmosphere encourages contemplation and inspiration, satisfying the broadest range of horticultural and wildlife interests with over 200 acres to explore!

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Liskeard
Adrenalin Quarry, Liskear, a unique free to enter outdoor play gound for Adults and Kids, in a massive flooded quarry hidden in S.E Cornwall. Perfect for picnics with wild swimming and fantastic scenery plus Adrenalin Quarry's amazing rides. 

North Coast > Newquay
Just North of the harbour town of Newquay lies the horse shoe shaped sandy haven of Lusty Glaze Beach Resort, a privately owned cove of calm and clarity where the Atlantic laps the shore and the pace becomes just that little bit slower. 

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.

Lostwithiel > St. Austell > Bodmin
Helman Tor Nature Reserve includes the wetlands of Breney Common to the West and Red Moor to the East.

West Cornwall > Penzance > Isles of Scilly > St Mary’s
Sitting just off the coast of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly are the UK’s best- kept secret. Surrounded by azure waters and white sandy beaches, it’s no surprise that the only way to reach these remote islands is by sea or air.

South Coast > Penryn
Nestling in a valley close to Penryn, Argal Lake offers an opportunity for a peaceful day in the countryside. The lake is noted for its wildlife and beautiful walks, there is a 2 mile circular walk through woods and meadows.