A motorhome trip to Cornwall can be a fantastic adventure! Cornwall, located in the southwest of England, is known for its stunning coastline, charming villages, historic sites, and delicious seafood. Here’s a suggested itinerary for a motorhome trip to Cornwall:
Day 1: Arrival in Cornwall
- Start your journey by driving to Cornwall and finding a suitable campsite or motorhome park to set up your base.
- Explore the nearby area, perhaps take a stroll along the coastline, or visit a nearby town or village for an initial taste of Cornwall.
Day 2-3: St. Ives
- Drive to St. Ives, a picturesque coastal town famous for its art scene and beautiful beaches.
- Spend a couple of days exploring the town, visit the Tate St. Ives art gallery, relax on the beaches, and enjoy some seafood in one of the many restaurants.
Day 4-5: Land’s End and Penzance
- Head to Land’s End, the most westerly point of mainland England. Enjoy the stunning cliffs and coastal views.
- Visit Penzance, a historic town with charming streets and the famous St. Michael’s Mount accessible by foot during low tide.
Day 6-7: Falmouth and the Roseland Peninsula
- Travel to Falmouth, a vibrant maritime town with a rich history. Explore the maritime museum and take a boat trip around the harbour.
- Drive to the Roseland Peninsula, known for its secluded coves and picturesque scenery. Visit St. Mawes and enjoy the beautiful coastal walks.
Day 8-9: The Eden Project and Bodmin Moor
- Visit the Eden Project, a unique botanical garden housed in biomes, showcasing diverse plant life from around the world.
- Explore Bodmin Moor, a rugged landscape dotted with granite tors and historic sites like Jamaica Inn, made famous by Daphne du Maurier’s novel.
Day 10: Return or Extension
- Depending on your schedule, either start heading back or extend your trip to explore more of Cornwall or nearby areas.
- Plan your route carefully, considering the size of your motorhome and any restrictions on certain roads.
- Book campsites or parking spots in advance, especially during peak seasons.
- Embrace the local cuisine – try Cornish pasties, fresh seafood, and traditional cream teas.
- Respect the natural environment and follow local guidelines for waste disposal and conservation.
Cornwall offers a diverse range of landscapes and activities, ensuring a memorable motorhome adventure filled with scenic drives, coastal walks, and cultural experiences. Enjoy your trip!
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