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Cornish Specialities


Walking Holidays in Cornwall.

Things we might possibly do (and eat!) at various times when (and if!) we are taking a break from walking:

Partake of a drop of locally brewed beer in a typical character thatched Cornish pub.

Enjoy farmhouse clotted cream ice cream (direct from Jersey herd) or dive into a delicious "clotted cream tea" (something really Cornish and not to be missed!)

Munch Cornish pasties (steak and veg pie - a favourite of the old tin miners)

Eat locally caught Fish and Shell Fish (the hotels often specialize in these items).

Visit our famous Cornish artisans: potters, painters, stone turners, arts and crafts galleries.

Take a trip to the stunning Eden Project (the famous huge tropical biomes constructed in an old china clay quarry),

Visit other famous subtropical gardens and stately country houses and castles.

Swim and snorkel (often during lunch break on a remote beach), explore secret coves and caves and mineral hunting.

Underground tour of old disused tin mine by special arrangement.

Visit local special interest museums and protected heritage and archaeological sites.

Take a boat ride down the River Fal, from Truro to Falmouth - through many stretches of ancient woodland, past pretty creeks and rare wildlife.


Triptich Stones Cornwall stone lobster tea



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