Camping out is one of the best experiences a traveller can experience, but when you add to the mix the stunning coastline, history and heritage that the county of Cornwall has to offer then you are really creating something spectacular.
The age old kingdom of Cornwall plays host to the largest continuous stretch of coastline in Britain. Fragments of its maritime history flank the shores and old market villages stand alongside creeks and beautiful scenery.
The fishing trade is no longer Cornwall’s bread and butter which has changed to a reliance on tourism. But due to its grand history and beautiful coastline it is a safe reliance as it is clear this is what keeps visitors coming back.
In order to fully appreciate the grandiose nature of this county one couldn’t do much better than be right amongst it at one of the many Cornwall campsites and caravan parks. The Tencreek campsite has to be one of the best spots in which to take in all that the magnificent south coast has to offer. The coastal walks that surround the site take you to the popular Looe Beach and also other quieter beaches nearby. These walks are perfect if you want to take in the view and enjoy the miles and miles of stunning coastline.
Looe, a small coastal town in Cornwall is a perfect destination for a relaxed seaside break, with an abundance of quaint guesthouses and cute cafes to indulge in an afternoon cornish tea. Holidays in looe Cornwall are perfect for the family, couple or group of friends.
Further inland is the Kilminorth Woods nature reserve great for taking in the local flora and fauna and explore the countryside.
Not just a great way to be amongst the history and beauty of Cornwall, camping has also become a comfortable source of accommodation. Campsites around Cornwall offer safe grounds, great bathroom facilities and laundry. If you were wondering whether to bring your much loved dog along for the trip, the Tencreek Campsite allows for your furry friend to camp out too.
Other great campsites worth checking out are Treen Farm and the Highertown Farm Campsite. The former lies a mere few hundred yards from the striking cliffs that have defined Cornwall’s beauty for many decades. The campsite is thus well known for its incredible views and also its easy access to secluded beaches such as the fantastic PednVounder.
The Highertown Campsite is great for those wanting to truly take in the beautiful Cornwall countryside, though it is not for the feint hearted. An impeccably contained site, Highertown is one incredibly lush field flanked by a singular church tower. Sleeping just metres from grazing cattle you are well and truly a part of the land and with many walking paths in the immediate surrounds this is a perfect spot for lovers of nature.
Options abound for choices of campsites but there is no doubting the profound significance of this county. No doubting its beauty and the nature that surrounds you when you are there and this is why there is no better way of experiencing it than hitting up a campsite and breathing in the cool fresh coast air.