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 Lowin House, Tregolls Road, Truro, Cornwall, TR1 2NA

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Visit Cornwall

Cornwall is officially the favourite UK holiday destination – it has been voted number one in the British Travel Awards for the last eight years running!   Over 300 miles of jaw-dropping coastline…and you can walk the whole length along the South West Coast Path. Cornwall’s largest wave is the legendary 30ft ‘Cribbar’ which makes an appearance during winter storms. Daring surfers can track it down at the northern end of Fistral beach in Newquay.  The highest cliffs in Cornwall can be found along the north coast near Boscastle – they’re aptly named High Cliff and reach an incredible 223 metres. Ten select mining landscapes across Cornwall (and west Devon) are recognised as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, putting them on a par with international treasures such as the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China. Four of our mouth-wateringly delicious treats - Cornish Clotted Cream, Cornish Sardines, Fal Oysters and the mighty Cornish Pasty - have been awarded recognition and protection (PDO or PGI) for their 'Cornishness'. No copycats allowed! You’re never more than 16 miles from the sea. There’s only one place in Great Britain that grows, harvests and makes tea and it’s found on the banks of the River Fal in Cornwall - a Tregothnan Estate brew is a cut above.

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