Top Four Things to See in British North Cornwall Beach

North Cornwall

Cornwall is a full of delights with UK’s best surf beaches, wonderful coastal scenery, charming fishing villages, and the convincing beauty of Bodmin Moor.

An interesting thing about Britain is that wherever you are in Britain you are always about 16 miles away from sea and you have a choice of 300 beaches to chose from.

Thus you need not think much about destination of your next holiday trip. There is a long list of beaches in Cornwall.
A few of most fascinating sites to explore from include Eden Project, Tintagel Castle and tin mines.

North Cornwall

Tintagel Castle is situated on windswept cliffs in North Cornwall. The Castle is considered to be the birthplace of King Arthur who was a legend. He was protected from the evil magician Merlin when he used his magical sword, Excaliber, for his defence.

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Tintagel Castle is an inspiring place to visit that provides an opportunity to absorb the fantastic atmosphere generated by the most dramatic views and wonderful legends. Today, the remains of Tintagel castle are situated at rugged cliffs that are high above the sea.

Tintagel Castle Cornwall

Tin mines Cornwall

Cornwall tin-mining can be explored past across various cliff-top sights that are regarded as a well renowned World Heritage.

Tin Mines Cornwall

Tin Mines Cornwall

 

St Ives North Cornwall

Cornwall having a stunning coastline and an incredible light is a paradise on earth that provide thriving art scene to its visitors.

St Ives is full of beautiful local galleries that tell the stories of ancients through their marvellous artefacts as well as artists’ workshops along with the excellent Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum. Moreover, here you also find a theatre that is more dramatic than the cliff-side Minack Theatre.

St-Ives-Harbour Beach

The Eden Project

The innovative domes and unique settings of the Eden Project have a potential to make your day more fascinating. The castle-topped isle of St Michael Mount is another legendary, and Constantine Bay is other most amazing stretches of coastline in the world.

If you want to enjoy coastal light then you should go underground with a trip to Geevor Tin Mine and here you can experience Cornwall’s fascinating mining history

Eden Project Cornwall

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