Things to do and attractions in Cornwall


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St Ives, CornwallOur Silver Travel Advisors have put together this listing of useful tourist information to help you plan your next trip to Cornwall.

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  • canoe
    over 7 years ago
    The Eden Project looks interesting
  • Silver-Travel-Advisor
    over 7 years ago
    The best way to visit St Ives is taking the barnch line from one of these places. It's huge fun! And frankly saves on stress.
    The St Ives Bay Line
    Penzance - St Ives (Penzance - St Erth - Lelant Saltings - Lelant - Carbis Bay - St Ives)

    This picturesque train line, quite possibly the most scenic branch line in Britain, is truly the best way to arrive in St Ives.

    Join the branch line from the main line station of St Erth, or use the Park and Ride facilities at Lelant Saltings (Post code TR26 3DL). A car park is provided for over 200 cars and is next to the branch line linking Carbis Bay and Portminster, St Ives. The Park & Ride is recommended in the summer months when parking is more difficult.
  • Margarita
    over 7 years ago
    Everyone must agree that Cornwall is a most beautiful place. but what do others do about their car? We travelled to St Ives and drove through and then round, only to have to leave due to total lack of parking. Other places we have needed to reverse down long narrow sections of lanes because of traffic coming the other way and no where to pass.
    I don't know what the answer is when a car is totally necessary to get there, and yet there are so few facilities for parking.
  • Su
    about 8 years ago
    Cornwall is a wonderful county, so much variety, loads to do and see.