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"Port Isaac
"Port Isaac Padstow and Tintagel one-day luxury private guided tour from Cornwall""This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or other accomodation for the trip to North Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is available to all but there are some steep hills to negotiate on foot particularly at Port Isaac. Some elements of the Tintagel tour may not be suitable for all as the castle is only accessible by a narrow high Bridge nevertheless there are many other sights to see.You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to Padstow. This bustling fishing port as a great choice of shops in its narrow streets a busy harbour where you can take a ride on a speedboat
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"Full-Day Guided Private Port Isaac
Port Isaac Padstow and Tintagel one day luxury private guided tour from Devon"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or other accommodation for the trip to North Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is available to all but there are some steep hills to negotiate on foot particularly at Port Isaac. Some elements of the Tintagel tour may not be suitable for all as the castle is only accessible by a narrow high Bridge nevertheless there are many other sights to see. You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to Padstow. This bustling fishing port as a great choice of shops in its narrow streets a busy harbour where you can take a ride on a speedboat and great views of the estuary and beaches from the headland walk. Celebrity Chef Rick Stein has a number of restaurants in the town
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Spectacular West Cornwall Highlights Luxury Private Tour from Cornwall
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or accommodation for the trip to West Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is suitable for all but an ability to walk a few hundred meters from the car will enhance your experience.You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to St Michael's Mount your guide pointing out places of interest and telling some of the history and stories of Cornwall on the route. Admission is included in your tour price. This former monastery dates back to the 8th century and has been owned by the same family since 1650! The castle is spectacular and the sea views are some of the best in the UK.A delicious Cornish pastie may be your lunch of choice (not included) before you drive through Penzance to Land's End where there are great photo opportunities including the chance for your photo next to the famous signpost showing the distance to your home town. There are good views out to the Longships Lighthouse.You will then stop at Botallack en route. This
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The Tram Track

Originally laid to carry minerals and coal in 1849 in horse drawn trucks, the tram tarck developed through the years until it fell into disuse in 1926. It has now been brought back into being as a...
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Sealions in the harbour

If you wander down to the harbour in the evenings during summer, you can see sea lions in the water in the harbour. I thought this was awsome and sometimes when the boats come in from Mackerall...
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NEAR FESTRAL BEACH

This is the furthest point at Newquay, on the other side is the famous surfing beach called Fetral beach. What about that little house perched on that rock, i bet its a bit iffy living there when the...
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Crantock Bay

If you want to get off the beaten track go over to Crantock Bay it has great surf & is nearly empty-ideal for surfing when Fistral is far to busy. If its big at fistral it could be a nice size here....
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Towan Head

As you leave the town of Newquay by Fore Street (just head in direction of the sea) you will come to a steepish hill which leads out onto the headland with a war memorial.Either side of this are...
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The Willow Figures

Just the other side of the road from the gardens is Newquay's boating lake with its unusual public art feature.These 3 willow figures, created by Serena de la Hey, a nationally renowned sculptress.,...
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Tranquility at Trenanace Gardens

Behind the beaches and town of Newquay is this peaceful gardens and nearby boating lake with its friendly ducks.Trenance gardens is not far from Newquay Zoo which we didn't have time to visit but i...
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Steepest slipway

The first lifeboat house was in Fore Street and the boats were launched from the beach.Then a sliwpway was built in 1895 with a gradient of 1in 2.25 - making it the steepest slip in the British Isles....
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Old Lifeboat House

This lifeboat house was built in 1899 and was in use until 1934 during which time 142 lives were saved. The first lifeboat "Joshua" was brought to Newquay by 6 horses in 1860. The new inshore lifeboat...
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DRAMATIC COASTLINE

Cornwall has some really dramatic and rugged coastline and with the clear blue sea it looks spectacular
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BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPE

What a beautiful part of Cornwall this is, here is the widest part of the bay from Festral beach to west Newquay
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Trenance Gardens

It was spring during our visit and the flowers and the trees were resplendent with their colours of the season. In the distance can be seen the railway bridge - beyond that is where the zoo is.
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2 of the Willow Figures

Here's a closer view of two of the willow figures. Each of the figures is approx 4.5 metres high and weighs 1/4 tonne.Seem popular with the pigeons too!
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Padstow Harbour

Padstow harbour is a working fishing port that consists of the Inner and Outer Quays which were built in 1538. The harbour is surrounded by sandy beaches and lies at the head of the Camel River,...
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truro cathedral

The pride of Truro, the cathedral is a magificent building. Admission is free , donations welcome. There is a lovely Nave for peace and contemplation. The Victorians laid the foundation stone for the...
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Eden Project – The Outside Gardens

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Portloe

The minuscule village of Portloe, small enough to not even appear on Google Maps, is one of Cornwall's most beautiful fishing villages. Despite the fame it has earned by being chosen as a location for...
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Port Isaac

We stayed in Port Isaac for two nights and had chosen the village for no particular reason. I had heard that Padstow would be very nice, but all affordable accommodation was already fully booked so we...
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St Mawes

Located on the Roseland Peninsula in eastern Cornwall, St Mawes is most famous for its castle - which, alas, we didn't visit. Instead, we walked through the picturesque centre of St Mawes, up and down...
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