The county is located in the far west of Great Britain. Cornwall is beautifully situated on a peninsula, therefore the sea surrounds it from three sides. There is a lot to discover on the 300 miles of coastline.
The North Coast of Cornwall is especially known for its opportunities for extreme sports, such as kite surfing, scuba diving, rock climbing and zapcat racing.
Meanwhile, on the South Coast you will enjoy the multitude of rivers and fishing spots, which will give you an opportunity to enjoy sailing and kayaking.
The ancient history of Cornwall makes it even more attractive. The traces of Celtic Cornish culture, as well as the history of mining and smuggling makes Cornwall an intriguing place to visit