Cornwall Coach Holidays

Cornwall Coach Holidays

Cornwall Coach Holidays

Cornwall Coach Holidays

Tours to Cornwall

Cornwall is the most south westerly county in England and is famous for its dramatic coastline, gorgeous gardens, spectacular sandy beaches, quaint coastal towns, fishing harbours and the sparkling blue sea that encloses the majority of the county. Bordering Devon, Cornwall's mild climate and spectacular landscape make it a popular destination for holidaymakers from the UK and around the world.

For many, a visit to Cornwall would not be complete without having tried one of its amazing Cornish cream teas or a mouth-watering Cornish pasty, but did you know that you can also tour some of Cornwall’s wineries, vineyards and breweries and sample a tipple or two before taking home a bottle of your favourite?

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Top Resorts and Places of Interest in Cornwall

Newquay, Cornwall
St. Ives<, Cornwall
St. Mawes, Cornwall


Newquay is a holiday paradise and the number one holiday resort in Cornwall, with its superb sandy beaches, stunning clear blue seas, dramatic coastline and idyllic villages. Newquay's coastline is made up of rocky headlands, wonderful cliff and beach walks with smuggler's coves. Although well known as Britain’s surfing capital, there are many exciting outdoor activities and the surrounding countryside has an endless wealth of fascinating places to visit. Whatever you choose to do, Newquay is a resort that caters for all tastes and ages.

St. Ives

St. Ives is a jewel in Cornwall’s crown, a seemingly subtropical oasis and an award-winning beach town with talented artists, fantastic shops, interesting galleries and exhibitions. St. Ives is one of Cornwall’s most famous destinations and a popular haunt with coach holiday visitors. Despite its popularity, it somehow manages to retain its old-world charm. Enjoy a walk along narrow streets and lanes hemmed in by picturesque granite buildings, craft shops and pavement cafes overlooking a crescent of beaches.

St. Mawes

St. Mawes is a small fishing village nestled at the end of the Roseland peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall. This is a lovely place for a leisurely holiday and is an ideal base to explore the surrounding Cornish countryside and the stunningly beautiful Atlantic Coast.

Falmouth, Cornwall
Looe, Cornwall
Truro, Cornwall


Falmouth is a leading south coast resort in Cornwall and is home to the county’s maritime heritage. This historic seaside town offers something for everyone and is the perfect destination to relax, visit impressive Pendennis Castle, see attractive gardens and explore one of the world-class beaches, including Gyllyngvase Beach, sandy Maenporth Beach and Durgan Beach.


The picturesque Cornish fishing port of Looe is divided into East and West by its harbour and sheltered river. The harbour is steeped in history of smuggling and piracy, it's level streets offer an interesting mix of traditional souvenir, arts and crafts shops and bars, many of which are located in buildings dating from the 16th and 17th centuries. The area around Looe encourages you to sit, relax and simply enjoy the pleasures of its stunning beauty, watching the boats coming and going throughout the day.


Discover the bustling cathedral city of Truro, with some of the finest examples of Georgian architecture, cobbled streets and of course the magnificent cathedral. Wander amongst the charming shops and boutiques in Pydar Mews, or simply meander through the small alleyways admiring tantalizing glimpses of the water while enjoying some treats.

Land's End Landmark, Cornwall
Eden Project, Cornwall
Mud Maid, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall

Land's End

Experience the legendary day out at one of the UK’s most beautiful and best-loved coastal landmarks, the UK's most south-western point with a dramatic blend of rocky cliffs, stunning scenery and natural beauty. Land's End is the ideal place for those who are seeking opportunities to take spectacular photos of the sea, and panoramic views, and feel a sense of awe as you stand on the 200 feet high granite rocks.

Eden Project

Visit the most famous attraction in Cornwall, the breathtaking 34 acres site of the fantastic Eden Project. The Eden Project is home to the world’s largest greenhouse exhibitions and extraordinary gardens with plants from across the globe. This gigantic global garden gives the visitor a unique experience of a spectacular array of flora from subtropical climates, dry deserts and tropical rainforests. The fantastic Eden Project in St. Austell is a must see on a coach holiday to Cornwall.

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Exotic plants, lush greenery and a blaze of colour combine to create a wonderful horticultural haven, which has repeatedly won international recognition at the prestigious European Garden Awards. Enjoy the beautiful Lost Gardens of Heligan, explore 2 miles of footpaths, find a wild area filled with subtropical tree ferns, a wishing well, the summerhouses, an Italian garden, The Giant’s Head and Mud Maid.

St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall
Minack Theatre, Cornwall
Kynance Cove, Lizard, Cornwall

Penzance and St. Michael's Mount

Penzance is a historic port with stunning views over the sea and St. Michael's Mount. If you come to Penzance you have to visit St. Michael's mount and step into the island's story. The Rocky island crowned by a medieval church and castle is located near Marazion. Leave the mainland behind and visit the fairytale castle by a pathway during low tide and motorboat during the high tide.

Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world-famous open-air theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic ocean. A closer look at the imposing structure makes you feel as if some ancient Greek masons had carved a theatre into the granite cliffs many ages ago. This unique setting is not to be missed if visiting Cornwall.

The Lizard and Kynance Cove

Discover Britain’s most southerly point at the Lizard Peninsula. The rare geology of the area creates a haven for exceptional plants and flowers. Walk along the coastal path, taking in the gorgeous views over the Atlantic from the cliffs. A trip to the Lizard Lighthouse will give you an insight into maritime history. Picturesque Kynance Cove is another hidden gem to explore in at the Lizard. It's the ideal place to simply enjoy views of the spectacular beach with truly white sand and turquoise waters.

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