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Cornwall is a historic county and ceremonial county in South West England. It is recognised as one of the Celtic nations, and is the homeland of the Cornish people. Cornwall is bordered to the north and west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by the county of Devon, with the River Tamar forming the border between them. Cornwall forms the westernmost part of the South West Peninsula of the island of Great Britain. Wikipedia
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The Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre, constructed above a gully with a rocky granite outcrop jutting into the sea. The theatre is at Porthcurno, 4 miles from Land's End in Cornwall, England. The season runs each year from May to September, and by 2012 some 80,000 people a year see a show, and more than 100,000 pay an entrance fee to look around the site. It has appeared in a listing of the world's most spectacular theatres.
PK Porthcurno is a museum located in the small coastal village of Porthcurno Cornwall, UK. Porthcurno was the point at which many submarine telegraph cables—transatlantic and to other locations—came ashore. The first cables were direct current impulse transmitters. The first cables with transistor amplifiers were laid in the 1950s.
Porthgwarra is a small coastal village in the civil parish of St Levan, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom situated between Land's End and Porthcurno. Access to the cove is via a minor road off the B3283 road at Polgigga and leads to the car park in the village. Public conveniences include a pay telephone, a small shop and café. The South West Coast Path passes through Porthgwarra, approximately 90 minutes walk from Land's End and 45 minutes from Porthcurno.
For a few weeks in December, sleepy Mousehole is transformed by 30,000 multicoloured lights, a tradition which began in 1963 with a string of coloured bulbs along the quay and now includes dozens of illuminations, such as the 50 metre-long Santa’s sleigh and reindeers. If Mousehole is a beach town then it is a fairly upmarket one; overlooking the beach are a deli and a bistro whilst just around the corner is the Coastguard Hotel with its lawn running down to the water's edge.
Newlyn is a seaside town and fishing port in south-west Cornwall, UK. Newlyn lies on the shore of Mount's Bay and forms a small conurbation with the neighbouring town of Penzance. It is part of the Penzance civil parish. The principal industry is fishing, although there are also a variety of yachts and pleasure boats in the harbour, as Newlyn has become a popular holiday destination with pubs and restaurants.
Today saffron may be more associated with Asia, but during Roman times, Cornish miners traded for this yellow spice. In fact, saffron was also grown in Mounts Bay and Penzance. However, saffron was, and still is an expensive spice, and the saffron bun is usually baked for special occasions, or religious anniversary feasts (known as revels). Also known as ‘revel buns,’ they are made with flour, sugar, butter, saffron, currants, and cinnamon or nutmeg. Larger versions are baked in loaves and are known as saffron cakes.
Penzance is a town, civil parish and port in the Penwith district of Cornwall, United Kingdom. It is the most westerly major town in Cornwall and is about 64 miles west-southwest of Plymouth and 255 miles west-southwest of London. Situated in the shelter of Mount's Bay, the town faces south-east onto the English Channel, is bordered to the west by the fishing port of Newlyn, to the north by the civil parish of Madron and to the east by the civil parish of Ludgvan. The civil parish includes the town of Newlyn and the villages of Mousehole, Paul, Gulval, and Heamoor.
Newquay Bay is a bay adjacent to Newquay in Cornwall, England. The bay is about 2. 5 kilometres wide, from Towan Head in the west to Trevelgue Head in the east, beyond which is Watergate Bay. Newquay Bay includes Lusty Glaze beach and Porth beach.
Towan Beach is located right in the city center and is one of the busiest beaches in town. This dog-friendly beach is popular with families and surfers alike. There is a rope bridge to nearby Towan Island which is a fun thing to do in Newquay if you don’t mind heights!
This is the closest beach to Newquay town centre. Situated just around the headland from Fistral, the waves are completely different and often clean when Fistral is wild and stormy. Hugely crowded and fairly inconsistent during the summer
Kynance Cove is a cove on the eastern side of Mount's Bay, Cornwall, England. It is situated on the Lizard peninsula approximately two miles north of Lizard Point. The cove became popular in the early Victorian era, with many distinguished visitors including Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and the poet Alfred Tennyson. The BBC has described Kynance Cove as "one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the South West".
Mullion Cove or Porth Mellin is a small community on the west coast of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, England. It is on the eastern side of the Mount's Bay. The Cove forms part of the parish of Mullion, and is accessible by road from Mullion village, 1 mile away to the north east, and also by the popular South West coast path. It lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural BeautyThe Cove is 5 miles south of Porthleven and 14 miles southeast of Penzance by sea.
For the first time in 9 years, Falmouth will once again host the start of the prestigious Tall Ships Race, Magellan Elcano. Falmouth is a trendy town with plenty of attractions, including the National Maritime Museum Cornwall and Pendennis Castle, a coastal fortress that was built by Henry VIII. Like many other towns on the Cape, Falmouth is made up of smaller villages. Loganair flights to Cornwall Newquay Airport cancelled over winter | Falmouth PacketOne of the UK's largest regional airlines has announced it is to .
The National Maritime Museum, Cornwall is located in a harbourside building at Falmouth in Cornwall, England. The building was designed by architect M. J. Long, following an architectural design competition managed by RIBA Competitions. The museum grew out of the FIMI partnership which was created in 1992 and was the result of collaboration between the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich and the former Cornwall Maritime Museum in Falmouth.