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Cornwall is a ceremonial county in South West England. It is recognised by Cornish and Celtic political groups as one of the Celtic nations, and is the homeland of the Cornish people. The county is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, Devon to the east, and the English Channel to the south. The largest settlement is Falmouth, and the county town is the city of Truro.

means of transport

To start our journey, we go to Pisa airport, Galilei International airport and as a plane we will use Rayanair

we travel by renting bikes, we will only use bikes to get around, also because this way we can enjoy a better view

how we travel

First day


Then we will land at the airport in Bristol, with a total cost of one hundred and twenty euros each, then we will use the train via Plymouth until we arrive in Newquay, spending sixteen euros each.

At lunch we will eat in Hooked, for the apetizer we will take the mixed fried and for the main meal Sri Lankan prawn curry. For drink we will take Coca-Cola


We will be staying at The Greenbank Hotel, where we will have a complimentary breakfast on site. Free parking is available, ideally located close to some of Falmouth's main points of interest, such as Falmouth Seafront Promenade and Pendennis Point.

The hotel

We spent a day wandering the Eden Project's iconic biomes, which are home to a diverse range of plant species from around the world.Fun to try the interactive exhibits and educational displays.

Exploring the Eden Project

For dinner instead we will go to The Idle Rocks and we will get a slow cooked creedy carver duck egg for the appetiser, cauliflower steak to follow, and we will get water to drink


Second day

Michael's Mount which, transformed into a military post, became a defensive part of the English southern coasts. Legend has it instead that the archangel Michael liked the Channel Islands and that he appeared to a group of fishermen, asking them to erect a church, in honour of the Saviour and his.The island is a civil parish and is linked to the town of Marazion. Then we took a boat to ride this tidal island and explore the medieval castle and gardens perched atop the rocky outcrop. We didn't forget to check the tide times to ensure you can walk back to the mainland.

Michael's Mount

We went to an amazing secret cove in Cornwall. One minute we were climbing through a hole in the rock called Smeagol's Perch, then jumping into the middle of its crystal blue pool. We saw lots of natural wildlife and even some friendly seals! We learned a number of fantastic skills, including wild swimming, technical traversing, climbing safely through sea caves.

Coasteering in Newquay

then we went to land's End and observed the cliff at sunset

Land's End Landmark

Third day

South West Coast Path

Walk the South West Coast Path: Cornwall boasts some of the most stunning coastal scenery in the UK, and the South West Coast Path offers a variety of walking routes for all abilities. Pick a section to stroll along and soak in the breathtaking views.

Visit St. Ives: This picturesque seaside town is known for its art galleries, sandy beaches, and charming streets lined with independent shops and cafes. Take a stroll along the harbor, visit the Tate St. Ives, and sample some delicious seafood.

St. Ives

Fourth day

The Post Isaac in Cornwall is a luxury boutique hotel located in the town of St. Mawes, overlooking the Fal estuary. It offers stylish and comfortable accommodation, with stunning views, a bar and restaurant serving fresh local cuisine, and spa facilities. The hotel is known for its excellent service and attention to detail, making it a popular choice for travelers looking for a relaxing and luxurious stay in Cornwall.

Port Isaac

It's a typical pub decor, clean, warm and welcoming environment, very kind, patient and helpful staff to explain the dishes we took two excellent fish-pies (house specialities) really full of fish.

The Three Pilchards


Falmouth is a town and port located on the south coast of Cornwall in the United Kingdom. It is known for its picturesque harbor, beaches, maritime history, and vibrant cultural scene. Falmouth is a popular destination for tourists and sailors, with an array of shops, restaurants, and attractions to explore. It is also home to the National Maritime Museum Cornwall and the University of Exeter's Penryn Campus.


We were very tired, so we in went in this cozy and elegant restaurant. We eated Stargazy pie, saffron cake, or a cream tea with scones, jam, and clotted cream

INDIDOG Eatery on the Harbour


Fifth day

Penzance is a town and port located in the county of Cornwall in Southwest England. It is known for its scenic coastline, historic architecture, and vibrant arts scene. Penzance is also a popular tourist destination, with attractions such as St Michael's Mount, the Minack Theatre, and the Penlee House Gallery and Museum.


The Lost Gardens of Heligan

We explored the extensive gardens: we admired the exotic plants, impressive sculptures, and intricate pathways. Then we visited the Victorian Productive Gardens: Discovering the historic working gardens, where you can see traditional techniques for growing fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Learn about the unique history of the gardens and how they were restored to their former glory. We spot rare birds, insects, and amphibians as you wander through the lush gardens and woodlands.


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