Cornwall Tourist Guide

Folklore of Cornwall

Where should you go if you want to spend your moments with your loved ones in a place away from the strains given by life? You could simply lock yourself within the four corners of your room and sip up a cup of tea, or you can choose an option that would definitely unwind yourself from the stress, choose to go to Cornwall. Actually, you could describe Cornwall as an island which is separated away from England by River Tamar.   In terms of its weather, well it may differ depending if you are located on the north coast or the south coast. Amazingly, because of the land’s poor soil and austere high moors invaders never flourish with their attempt of conquering the place. With this, the Iron Age man peacefully lived at Cornwall which is probably the reason also why most of their inhabitants are peace-loving people.

Visit the place and discover their rich culture and serene landscape. Get the chance to sit back and relax while its resident would willingly share their stories about piskies and giants that they believe to have stayed on their place during the past. There was even a telltale that the legendary Camelot created by King Arthur was said to be located at Tintagel. Moreover, they believe that a lot of early Christians had created their settlements surrounding the Cornish coast. With these kinds of stories, you’ll be proud of yourself to reach a place that played a good part in terms of world’s folklore.

Once you hit the place, the very first thing that will attract you is its coastal scenery with rugged cliffs and wonderful waves. Its Cornish Coastal Path would range from Bude that is located at the north to Plymouth on the southern part. Try to trek the such path so you could have the chance to pass on the place’s prosperous features: seaside resorts, Minack Theatre, Land's End, idealistic ruins of mines around St Just, St Ives, St Agnes and more, Lost Gardens of Heligan and Plymouth, St Michael's Mount close to Penzance, Tintagel and Arthur, various fishing villages which includes Mevagissy and Polperro, and a whole lot more!

Feast your eyes to its rich botanical garden like the Boconnoc where you could as well visit their medieval church. Caerhays is also another garden which was primarily created back 20th century by plant hunters of China. For traditional kind of garden, opt for Mount Edgcumbe, made by the family of Mount Edgumbe who stayed at the place for almost 400 years.

Rest assured that you can find a decent place to stay in during your travel. Cornwall embraces hotels and inns that you can use during your stay. Some of them provide an outstanding sea view so you could enjoy their place even you’re confined within the room. For the best deal ask a tourist guide for help so you would know the best place to stay and for you to be knowledgeable enough of what to expect during your visit.