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The Countryside of Cornwall

The Countryside of Cornwall

Discover the local countryside in Cornwall, South West England. Plan a countryside and nature trip, staycation or holiday with our curated guide.

Latest News

RSS News / Cornwall Wildlife Trust
RSS Cornwall Live / Environment
RSS Cornwall Live / Animals

Useful Websites

Visit Cornwall
Welcome to the official Cornwall Tourist Board website, with all the information you need for your holidays in Cornwall.

Cornwall County Council
A wealth of information about the Cornish environment, countryside, beaches and more.

Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Explore the nature reserves, trails and wildlife of Cornwall.

Visit Isles of Scilly
The Isles of Scilly lie just off the coast of Cornwall but are a world apart. A natural wonder, like a cluster of precious ocean jewels, where nature thrives.

The South West Coast Path
Come to the beach anywhere in the South West of England, turn left or right and you’ll be on the South West Coast Path and on the edge of an amazing experience.

Walking Britain – Cornwall
Free Cornwall circular walks to print and download with gpx files.

Ultimate Cornwall Visitor Guide
90 things to do in Cornwall that the locals have been trying to keep secret!

Telegraph Travel – Cornwall
A good number of useful articles and guides at The Telegraph.

iWalk Cornwall
Many free walks with text description, with paid options for full guided tour app.

Cornwall – The National Trust
Exotic gardens and ancient houses, not to mention the much-loved coastline.

Cornwall AONB’s
The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is Cornwall’s protected landscape with the same status as a National Park.

CPRE Cornwall
The Campaign to Protect Rural England, standing up for your countryside.

10 of the best campsites
From spectacular sites overlooking the Atlantic to posh ones offering yurts and tipis, here are 10 of Cornwall’s best, from the new Time Out Camping guide.

Cornwall Heritage Trust
Cornwall Heritage Trust protects some of the most iconic sites in Cornwall, such as Treffry Viaduct, Castle an Dinas and Sancreed Beacon.

Days Out in Cornwall
Cornwall is famous for its beaches and outdoor activities, picturesque ports and relaxed vibe – but there are thousands of years of history and culture to explore too.

The Cornwall Guide
Extensive guide covering attractions, beaches, events, towns and villages, accommodation…

Sponsored listings

Cornwall Hideaways

Beautiful cottages, country houses and self catering accommodation including exciting properties such as lighthouses on the spectacular coast and converted barns in the magical countryside of Cornwall. Check out ‘Inspiration’ for themes like Accessible Holidays, Sea Views, Last Minute and more…

Rural Retreats in Cornwall

Romantic getaways on the waterfront, country and coast houses, cottages including at Pendeen Lighthouse, on The Lizard and so much more in the spectacular yet tranquil county of Cornwall.

More Useful Websites
At time of review the sites below were not mobile friendly.

Images of wildflowers, plants trees etc.

Images of mushrooms, toadstools, fungi.

Images of marine, rockpool, and shore life.

into Cornwall
Things to do: BirdwatchingNature & EnvironmentBeachesWalkingWoods & ForestsCyclingClimbingSurfingDiving.

The Bodmin Moor Pages
The history, the landscape, the people, where to stay & what you can do.

A nice guide for planning your Cornwall Holiday with beautiful pictures.

Nature Reserves in Cornwall
Lists a few dozen Nature Reserves to visit in Cornwall.

Hands on Nature – Isles of Scilly
Archived at the BBC with articles including Skomer and Farnes Islands, wildlife watching and access.

Cornwall Coast – beaches, walks
Detail and photographs about the wonderful Cornish scenery along the entire seaboard.

In Coast: The South West

Explore the coast of Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset and the Isles of Scilly.

South West Coast
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