Travel Guide: 3 Activities to Do in Cornwall

Happy TouristsDo you already know where you are going for your summer adventure? If not yet, why not consider Cornwall? Steep in so much history and culture, this county in southwest England is one great tourist destination.

Here are some suggestions for enjoying a Cornish vacation:

Try the local cuisine

During your vacation, eat not just because you have to but because you truly want to discover and savour the local cuisine. Visit the different restaurants in Cornwall and be sure to introduce yourself to at least one traditional Cornish dish every time. Some must-try foods include the Hevva cake, the cheese called Cornish Yarg and the famous stargazy pie, which has fish heads poking out of it.

Visit famous attractions

Your Cornish trip, of course, must include visits to some of the county’s main tourist attractions. If you enjoy architecture, you should see the imposing centuries-old structures like St Michael’s Mount and Pendennis Castles. For a more modern attraction, consider spending some time at the Eden Project, which features enormous plastic cells that house diverse plants. You can also hit the beach in Porthcurno, Newquay or Polzeath to bask in the sun or catch some waves.

Go on ghost tours

If you consider yourself a brave soul, complete your Cornwall experience by going on ghost tours. From a jail to an inn, the county has many haunted attractions that will chill you to the bone. At Bodmin Jail, one of the UK’s most haunted places, you can take a guided after-dark ghost tour and see if you will get to meet some of the ghosts there. You can likewise go ghost hunting at Jamaica Inn for the man wearing a tricorn hat and cloak.

This summer, why not go on a vacation in Cornwall? It is a great tourist destination that you will surely find fascinating, fun and exciting.