Cornwall is one of the most famous places in the UK. Its proximity to the sea in most of its borders makes it a shipping county. It’s a historical town with a rich cultural heritage. As a result, it’s one of the places that welcome a huge number of tourists annually. If you are planning to visit this place, be prepared as many experiences await you.
Below are some of the things you will enjoy in a guided tour in Cornwall.
Cornwall is famous for its breathtaking beaches. However, since it’s an old county, it has several cities that might interest you. These include St Ives, Penzance, Falmouth and St Just. These are historical towns while others like Falmouth hosts the second largest natural harbour in the world.
The churches in Cornwall are great architectural masterpieces. Some like Truro Cathedral, which was built in the 19th century and was the first cathedral in Britain, still dominates the city’s skyline. Each church has its story, and a visit to the churches is crucial especially for people who love history. Some other famous churches include St Anietus, St Senara, St Michael Penkivel Church and St Magdalene.
Like any town neighbouring the seas, Cornwall has a variety of beaches which you can enjoy any time of the year. Everybody loves the white sandy beach of Sennen while the Godrevy Beach will blow your mind with the beautiful rocks that litter it. Others include Praa Sands beach and Perranporth beach with its giant curved like stones that are a beautiful sight.
There are so many other things you can do in Cornwall, including visiting the railway stations and the docks. You can also participate in ghost walks in some of the historical places that the county offers.