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What are the five natural wonders of Cornwall?

Specialist Group Tour Operator & DMC for Cornwall

Cornwall is blessed with stunning natural wonders that showcase its unique landscape and coastal beauty. Here are five natural wonders in Cornwall that are worth exploring:

The Minack Theatre: Perched on a cliffside near Porthcurno, the Minack Theatre is an open-air amphitheater with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. The theater is carved into the granite cliffs and hosts a variety of performances during the summer months. Visitors can attend a play or simply admire the breathtaking scenery while exploring the terraced gardens and unique architecture.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan: Located near Mevagissey, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are a remarkable restoration of a historic garden that was rediscovered in the 1990s. The gardens feature a variety of lush vegetation, including exotic plants, ancient woodlands, and beautiful flower displays. Visitors can explore the extensive grounds, discover hidden sculptures, and enjoy peaceful walks through enchanting landscapes.

St. Michael’s Mount: Situated just off the coast of Marazion, St. Michael’s Mount is a tidal island crowned by a medieval castle and a picturesque village. The island is accessible via a causeway during low tide or by a short boat ride. Visitors can tour the castle, explore the charming village, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding coastline. The island also has a fascinating history dating back to the 12th century.

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Kynance Cove: Located on the Lizard Peninsula, Kynance Cove is a hidden gem with turquoise waters, golden sands, and dramatic rock formations. It is often considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Cornwall. Visitors can relax on the beach, explore the caves and tidal pools, and enjoy coastal walks along the cliffs. Kynance Cove’s natural beauty has inspired artists and writers for centuries.

The Eden Project: While the Eden Project is man-made, it still deserves mention as one of Cornwall’s natural wonders. This unique attraction near St Austell features giant biomes that house diverse plant species from around the world. It showcases the beauty and importance of biodiversity and sustainable living. Visitors can explore the rainforest and Mediterranean biomes, learn about environmental conservation, and enjoy various events and exhibits.

These five natural wonders in Cornwall offer a glimpse into the region’s stunning landscapes, rich biodiversity, and unique cultural heritage.

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