Tag Archives: places to visit

18+ Unique Things to do in Mevagissey, Cornwall

Mevagissey Harbour

There are many things to do in Mevagissey, from beautiful beaches to charismatic pubs and cafes to stunning surroundings.  This Cornish fishing village is a charming place that feels a lot more local than other spots on the coastline, with cob and slate cottages that hark back to its historic pilchard trade and rich maritime […]

18 Fascinating Cornwall Landmarks: The Old and New!

St Michael's Mount island in Cornwall, South West England

If you are planning to visit South West England, take a look at this list of Cornwall landmarks! Most of these are popular tourist attractions that you can base your entire holiday around, as well as some interesting places to keep an eye out for as you explore the region. From farm buildings to ancient […]

22 Amazing Places to Visit in Dorset: beaches and villages!

With a staggeringly beautiful ancient coastline and some of England’s most charming countryside, there are many places to visit in Dorset. It’s quite a large country, so you could be forgiven for feeling overwhelmed when planning a trip here.  What are the best places to go in Dorset? This blog post will answer this question, […]

15 Things to do in Mousehole: Cornwall’s Loveliest Village!

boats in traditional fishing harbour of Mousehole at Cornwall

Are you looking for things to do in Mousehole? We’ve compiled a list of the best attractions in the village, so you can make the most of your time here.  Mousehole is an adorable settlement in southwest Cornwall. It has been called the loveliest village in Britain, and with its granite cottages, cobbled streets and […]

16+ Fun Things to do in Penzance, West Cornwall

Penzance sea view

Are you searching for things to do in Penzance? This West Cornwall town has plenty to offer tourists, from beautiful beaches to historic castles to an intriguing history.  This blog post details all of the best Penzance attractions, so you can make sure that you don’t miss anything while you’re visiting.  About Penzance Penzance is […]

Things to do in Charlestown: A UNESCO World Heritage Town

View of Charlestown Harbour

Are you looking for things to do in Charlestown? This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most popular places to visit in Cornwall, so unsurprisingly, there are many attractions here! From the historic harbour to various filming locations, this post should help you plan your day trip to Charlestown! About Charlestown Charlestown started […]

How to visit St Michael’s Mount: Cornwall’s best island

St Michael's Mount island in Cornwall, South West England

St Michael’s Mount is one of the best places to visit in Cornwall. With a historic castle and terraced gardens located on their own tidal island, this National Trust property draws in crowds every day.  If you’re planning to visit this castle, here is all the information that you’ll need!  About St Michael’s Mount The […]

Best Things to do in Fowey: A Cornish Medieval Town

Fowey from the sea

There are so many things to do in Fowey! This beautiful little coastal town sits on the Fowey Estuary and the south coast of Cornwall and is packed with tonnes of attractions and historical quirks.  It’s worth spending at least a day in Fowey – you can get a feel of the ancient streets of […]

All Of The Best Things to do in Barnstaple

Barnstaple

If you’re looking for things to do in Barnstaple, this blog post is here to help! Barnstaple is a historic market town in North Devon – it’s actually the largest settlement in the area, with a population of just over 20,000 people. It’s not coastal, so it isn’t the most famous town in North Devon, […]

How to visit Tintagel Castle: what to see and where to park!

Tintagel bridge near Tintagel Castle

A place of Arthurian legend, Tintagel Castle is one of the must-visit destinations in Cornwall. It’s seeping with Medieval history, being the place of inauguration of kings, but it is also steeped in legend, as it is allegedly King Arthur’s birthplace. This blog post will show you how to visit Tintagel Castle – and whether […]