Cornwall Motorhome trip

Cornwall is a beautiful region in southwestern England, known for its stunning coastlines, charming villages, and rich history. Here are some suggestions on places to go, things to do, and motorhome-friendly accommodations in Cornwall:

St. Ives: This picturesque seaside town is famous for its art scene and beautiful beaches. Take a stroll through the narrow streets lined with art galleries, visit the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, and relax on the golden sands of Porthmeor Beach. For motorhome stays, consider the Ayr Holiday Park or Trevalgan Touring Park.

Land’s End: As the westernmost point of England, Land’s End offers breathtaking cliff-top views and rugged coastal scenery. Explore the visitor center, walk along the coastal paths, and capture memorable photos at the iconic Land’s End signpost. Motorhome parking is available at the nearby Land’s End Hotel and Sennen Cove Camping and Caravanning Club Site.

St. Michael’s Mount: This tidal island near Marazion is home to a medieval castle and picturesque gardens. Depending on the tide, you can walk or take a boat to the island. Discover the castle’s history, wander through the subtropical gardens, and enjoy stunning panoramic views. For motorhome accommodations, consider Mount’s Bay Caravan Park or Treglisson Touring Park.

The Eden Project: Located near St. Austell, the Eden Project is a unique attraction featuring giant biomes that house thousands of plant species from around the world. Explore the diverse ecosystems, learn about sustainability, and enjoy events and exhibitions. The Eden Project has a dedicated motorhome parking area, allowing you to stay overnight on-site.

Padstow: This charming fishing village is known for its food scene, including celebrity chef Rick Stein’s renowned seafood restaurants. Explore the harbor, visit art galleries, and indulge in delicious seafood dishes. For motorhome stays, the Padstow Touring Park and Harlyn Sands Holiday Park are good options.

The Minack Theatre: Located near Porthcurno, the Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre built into the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Watch a performance or simply visit this stunning venue to admire the breathtaking views. While there is no motorhome parking on-site, the Treen Farm Campsite and Treen Farm Campsite CL both offer motorhome facilities nearby.

Newquay: Known as the surfing capital of the UK, Newquay boasts fantastic beaches and vibrant nightlife. Enjoy water sports, visit the Blue Reef Aquarium, and explore the town’s shops and restaurants. Motorhome-friendly options for accommodation include Newquay Holiday Park and Treloy Touring Park.

Remember to check the availability and book your motorhome accommodations in advance, especially during peak travel seasons. Cornwall offers many more attractions, including picturesque coastal towns, beautiful gardens, and historical sites. Enjoy your motorhome adventure and take in the natural beauty of this stunning region!

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