Towns and villages in Cornwall

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Overall, the towns and villages of Cornwall offer visitors the opportunity to explore a diverse range of landscapes, from the rugged coast to the rolling countryside. Whether you’re looking for a bustling town or a peaceful village, Cornwall has something to offer.

Fowey Cornwall

Fowey, Cornwall

Fowey, Cornwall is a picturesque little town set on an ancient harbour and has been a bustling small port since the 5th century. Over the years, my family and I have enjoyed many holidays in this seaside town and it … Read More
St Michaels Mount Cornwall credit Tony Armstrong-Sly via Flickr

Penzance, Cornwall

Penzance is a lively seaside town on the western tip of Cornwall made famous by pirates (not the Caribbean kind, but Penzance’s very own). Things to do in Penzance For any trip to the area, there is only one place … Read More
Bude Canal Cornwall

Bude, Cornwall

Bude is a seaside town on the North Cornwall coast, best known for its sweeping sandy beaches. Once a popular Victorian seaside resort, today it is a haven for surfers and watersports enthusiasts, walkers and cyclists alike. Image credit: Steve … Read More
Mousehole Cornwall

Mousehole, Cornwall

The small fishing village of Mousehole is a picture of Cornwall at its very best. With narrow streets full of quaint stone cottages, a pretty harbour and views out to Mount’s Bay and the rocky outcrop of St Clements Isle, it’s … Read More