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Ten of the Best Restaurants in the South West

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The good thing about Cornwall is that it is a fantastic area to visit for food and drink. There's so much more to the local food scene than Cornish pasties and cream teas. The success of Padstow and St Ives have brought Cornish restaurants to the fore of people's minds. But there are also many wonderful places to eat out over the border in Devon and throughout the South West region. One of the reasons it can be worthwhile to visit the South West of England is because of the fresh produce that is available from the profuse coastline and fields.

Hanging Out in Cultural Fowey

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Fowey, a small yet very historic and scenic community at the mouth of the River Fowey, has given inspiration to many of the nation’s literary greats, stalwarts of freedom, and religious figures that still draw a strong following even up to the present day. Enjoy a day or two exploring the historic sites as well as other Fowey attractions. It is best to stay in the area to really get under the skin of this magical destination. As a holiday town there are numerous hotels, guest houses, holiday homes and self catering cottages in Fowey. Enjoy the countless activities and thrilling adventures in the Fowey Harbor.

Best Beach Venues in Cornwall for Wedding Photos

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If you are looking for tranquil beaches which you want for yourself, your soon-to-be-spouse and the wedding photography team you've hired, those sun-bleached beaches in Spain, the South of France and the whole stretch of the Mediterranean won’t do. But you know what will? Yes, you got that right! English beaches will. And to be more specific, those in rugged, golden sand beaches in Cornwall would be perfect as a backdrop for wedding photos! Now, here are six of the best Cornish beaches which you should definitely go to for your wedding day shoot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-G7i8sgsEY Lansallos Beach, two miles west of Polperro Often peaceful, this sandy (with some shingle) cove is one of those places where you can just lay back with a nice book and a basket of snacks for the whole afternoon.

Best Sights to See in and Around Falmouth

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If you have already visited all of the tourist attractions Falmouth has to offer, tried the many activities its beaches and parks have in store, and sampled all the local and fusion cuisine that distinguishes Falmouth dishes from the rest of Cornwall, you may be tempted to ask: where else? Falmouth is just one of the several towns that dot the mouth of the Fal River on the Carrick Roads. If you still have time for some more adventure, why not explore the rest of the region to make your vacation all the more worthwhile? Move Up Northwest to Penryn Moving up about a mile northwest of Falmouth is the equally-historic town of Penryn.

An Adventurer’s Guide to Cornwall

Cornwall offers a wealth of opportunities for adventurous travellers. As a local, I'm sometimes upset at the quality of the information that is circulated to local residents and holidaymakers in Cornwall. There are so many things about this county that people miss or don't hear about in the standard Cornwall guides. That's why I started this blog all about things to do and see in Cornwall. In the Action Aquaflight I will bring you news, reviews and features about some of the amazing places, events and businesses which deserve promotion so more people can enjoy them. Check back soon for more Cornish awesomeness.

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