Departure early morning from London to Cornwall.
Arrive mid-afternoon in Cornwall.
The first stop in Cornwall will be the quintessential British seaside town of St Ives. From striped deck chairs and traditional tearooms to art galleries and cute boutiques, St Ives has something to please anybody. Stroll around this picturesque fishing harbour through its cobbled streets, independent shops and fisherman’s cottages.
The best way to explore part of the Cornwall is by bike through the Camel Trail. Starting in Wadebridge, you will first take your bike and get ready for the journey. The Camel Trail runs along a disused railway and the river Camel and is traffic free. You will be able to see beautiful scenery and wildlife on this 18-mile track. This is an easy ride through woods, estuaries and up the coast. Along the way, you will be able to stop at the Camel Valley Vineyard if you feel like having a glass of wine or at a pub for a good meal.
A weekend break in Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without exploring its beaches, and the area is perfect for it. Whether you are more into quiet places, surfing beaches or fairytale ones, just make your pick and enjoy the day relaxing and soaking the sun.
Before returning back it is time to explore Tintagel castle. Legend says this is the birthplace of King Arthur and you can even visit Merlin’s cave. The ruins are located in a wonderful area on the North Cornwall coast and offer dramatic views. The audio-visual tour will introduce you to the castle, its history and of course all the legends around it.
It is now time to leave this beautiful area and return home.
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