300 miles of dramatic coastline mixed with white, sandy beaches, turquoise seas and captivating fishing harbours makes Cornwall a top destination for Brits.
On the north coast head for Tintagel and take the Tintagel King Arthur Walk, Boscastle, Port Isaac (home to Doc Martin) and Padstow, home to the Camel Estuary and Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant.
To the west there is St Ives, The Lizard, Sennen and Lands End. On the south coast try Fowey, Looe, Mevagissey and Polperro. Inland, you can explore the stunning Bodmin Moor and visit the famous Jamaica Inn, near Launceston.
A comprehensive list of things to do in Cornwall can be viewed here.
Navigating some of Cornwall’s narrow lanes can be a challenge in a motorhome but the rewards are there – especially if you can visit outside of the very busy holiday season.