Cornwall is a fabulous place for a holiday. But take care - you might never want to leave!
I came here to work the summer as a beach lifeguard more than 30 years ago - and I have lived here ever since.

The Top Ten Site Cornwall Holiday Guide will help you enjoy Cornwall to the full!
We name the Top ten Cornwall towns - and the best beaches around each town.
We tell where to find the most breathtaking scenery, the most secluded coves, and the quaintest fishing villages.
Plus the best family attractions, and the most comfortable covid safe places to stay.
The Top Ten 10 Cornwall Holiday Towns
These are the places in Cornwall where you will find the best facilities,
the best attractions, best hotels, best restaurants etc.
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The Top Ten 10 Beaches in Cornwall
There are hundreds of fabulous beaches in Cornwall
We name our top ten 10 favourite beaches in each Cornish region..
The Top Ten 10 Cornish Villages
Cornwall is known for its quaint fishing villages - many of them with a long history of
not just fishing - but of smuggling and piracy. We name the top ten 10.
The Top Ten 10 Hotels in Cornwall
Cornwall has a great variety of hotels, from intimate boutique hotels to grand and
magnificent clifftop classics. We name out top ten favourite hotels in Cornwall.
The Top Ten 10 Golf Courses in Cornwall
Cornwall is one of the best counties in Britain for golfers.
Check out our Top Ten Golf Courses in Cornwall.
The Top Ten 10 Family Attractions in Cornwall
Where are the best places for a family day out in Cornwall?
Find out in our special feature - The Top Ten Cornwall Family Attractions.
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North or South?
Cornwall has two coastlines, North Cornwall and South Cornwall, and they are very different.
Apart from one or two resort towns, North Cornwall is far less developed than South Cornwall.
On the north coast it is far easier to get away from it all and avoid the crowds.
The north coast is also more rugged, with towering cliffs, some huge beaches, and lots of small rocky coves.

South Cornwall has more resorts, more hotels, and consequently more visitors.
The south coast is more sheltered from the ocean, with lots of quaint fishing villages, and the scenery is less rugged.

Both coasts have plenty of outdoor family attractions where you should be able to stay covid safe.

So What's In The Middle?
Cornwall is primarily a coastal destination, but between the coasts it does have its attractions.
There are some picturesque rivers, some excellent walks, and the rugged Bodmin Moor - where the wild ponies outnumber the people
Paradise for Swingers!
Don't panic Ethel! I'm talking about golf!
Cornwall is one of Britain's best kept golfing secrets, with a huge choice of beautiful courses.