Eden Project

Explore further afield and you'll find that Cornwall's top attraction is just 36 minutes by car from Newperran Holiday Park. There's a reason that this stunning site with its biodomes, dramatic landscaping and fascinating exhibits draws in nearly a million visitors each year. This is not just a garden; it's a way to experience nature from across the world as if you were there. Take a walk in the warm, dry Mediterranean biome or sweat in the humid head of the rainforest, then find out about amazing sustainable innovations and maybe even pick up a plant or two at the gift shop. This is a perfect day out for everyone from couples to families and groups, with rock concerts staged every so often in this old quarry.

Bodmin Moor

If you're looking for true adventure while you're staying in Cornwall, head to Bodmin Moor. A huge area covering a sizeable portion of the north end of the county, Bodmin Moor grants explorers unparalleled coast to coast views, dense woodland, wild rivers and is steeped in local mythology

Widemouth Bay

One of the most popular beaches in North Cornwall, Widemouth Bay is great for surfers and sunbathers alike. There are a few great places to eat along the length of the beach and it's lifeguarded during the summer season. Long stay car parks mean you can make the most of your day here before heading to the town to wind the night down!

St. Nectans Glen

St. Nectans Glen is a genuine delight to discover. Hidden in a deep woodland valley not too far away from Tintagel it attracts people who are looking to discover a different type of Cornwall. A centuries-old waterfall plunges through a rocky outlet and the entire area is rich with pagan legend. There's also an amazing cafe at the top that serves some of the best Cornish cream teas in the area.