Take a trip to the wonderful County of Cornwall
If you’ve never visited Cornwall, or want to explore some new favourite places it is a magnificent place to go. Cornwall’s landscape is as diverse as you are and whenever you stay in the county, you can be assured of first class accommodation and facilities framed by some of the most spectacular scenery in the world.
However you want to spend your leisure time while on holiday in Cornwall, the county pretty much has it covered. Cornwall’s town and villages are many and varied, ranging from small and rural hamlets to bustling visitor resorts. With its central location and solitary status as a city, Truro holds the title as Cornwall’s ‘capital’ and in turn is the centre for trade and commerce.
Some Tourist Information Sites in Cornwall:
Cornwall has a huge variety of places to visit that covers the entire age range whether you love to relax or pack your trip with action and adventure including Newquay, Penzance as well as St Ives. Yet there are many more places that still need a Tourist Information Site that could be run by you.
If you would like run your own Tourist Information Site for a Village, Town or City in Cornwall just visit JoinGreatBritishTourism.co.uk and get started today!
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