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With sandy beaches, craggy coves, his­toric towns and pic­turesque vil­lages, there are many rea­sons to visit this amaz­ing county.

Corn­wall has hun­dreds of sandy beaches along its spec­tac­u­lar coast­line dot­ted with pic­turesque har­bour vil­lages. There are so many rea­sons to visit this very spe­cial area on the South West coast of Eng­land


High speed train ser­vices run fre­quently from Lon­don Padding­ton sta­tion in­clud­ing the Night Riviera Sleeper Ser­vice to Pen­zance. There are also di­rect trains daily from Bath and Bris­tol to Corn­wall and its branch lines. Train times and fares in­for­ma­tion: gwr.com.


Fly to Corn­wall from air­ports around the UK, Ire­land, Ger­many and Spain. Corn­wall Air­port Newquay cur­rently has year round daily flights from Lon­don Gatwick and Manch­ester with ad­di­tional sea­sonal routes (be­tween March and Oc­to­ber) from over 7 UK and 3 Euro­pean des­ti­na­tions.


Take the M4 mo­tor­way from Lon­don, or M6 from Manch­ester, and then the M5 to Ex­eter and fi­nally ei­ther the A30 (mostly dual car­riage­way), or the A38. Al­ter­na­tively if you en­ter Corn­wall from North Devon, there is the scenic At­lantic High­way A39 through Bude.

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