Great Britain’s most south-westerly county of Cornwall is launching a new travel trade website and campaign to encourage international travelers to visit following this year’s G7 summit, which is taking place at Carbis Bay near St Ives.
Overseas travel press, tour operators and travel agents joined an online event providing an overview of the area’s highlights, new products, and services available to create complete holiday products.
Cornwall DMC are proud to be recommended as the region’s only full-service destination management company and ground handler.
As Cornwall’s only full-service DMC we’re experienced in working with clients from around the world. Established in 2011 to promote the region to its huge German speaking market partnering with operators, group leaders and travel agents we now cater to all inbound markets including Italy, France, Scandinavia, US, South America, and Australia.
With unparalleled local knowledge we can arrange the best hotels at competitive rates (including hotel room allocations) and self-catering accommodation. Coach transport and luxury limousine transfers within Cornwall and throughout the UK, multilingual guiding, private dining and incredible activities and truly one-off experiences for our clients.
Announcing the campaign, Malcolm Bell, Chief Executive of Visit Cornwall said:
“Cornwall is the natural choice to host this year’s G7 summit, all the themes and priorities for the UK’s presidency of the G7 converge here. Cornish mines helped fuel the origins of the UK’s industrial revolution and Cornish miners settled around the world. Today, the region is at the cutting edge of driving the UK’s new green revolution.
“Cornwall’s stunning landscape includes some of the most beautiful beaches and coastal scenery in the UK and even the world’s largest indoor rainforest. If overseas visitors have heard of Cornwall, the chances are that it will have been thanks to films and TV shows that have been shot here, from James Bond to the BBC’s Poldark. But holidaymakers may be surprised to discover the amazing walks along our 400-plus miles of coast path, the glorious gardens, fabulous wildlife, world-class food and drink, historic houses, castles and vibrant arts and cultural scene.
“Once travellers are freely able to visit the UK, Cornwall should be high on the bucket list of places to see. We’re blessed with miles and miles of tranquil landscapes and fantastic outdoor experiences. Coupled with quality and characterful places to stay,” he concludes.