2012, the London Olympics will could give you the chance to discover the real England, the England that you can't find in a cosmopolitan city such as London.
You can't really say that you've seen England if London is the only place that you have visited. Use your Olympic Holiday to visit Cornwall.
Why Cornwall is a must
Thatched fishermans cottages nestled in hidden coves, narrow cornish lanes barely big enoug to walk down. Crystal clear waters and white soft sand. Incredible seafood and traditional country pubs. Warm clean air with views stretching to infinity. Colossal cliffs and tiny villages. Whales, Dolpphins and Sharks. Lobsters, Crabs and a Peregrine Falcon or two.
The greenest country side surrounding history and heritage. Tropical gardens caressed by turquoise waters. Surfing, bbqs and beaches no more than a stones throw away. Ancient tin mines and pagen rituals. Flower festivals and the Obby Oss.
St Michaels Mount, The Minack Theater, The Eden Project, Lands End. The Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Merry Maids Stone Circles. Tintagel and King Arthurs Knights. St. Ives and the Tate Gallery. Coasteering, Fishing, Golf, Kitesurfing, Mountainbiking, Quadbiking, Gokarting, Hiking, Climbing, Body Boarding, Exploring, Exhilerating, Relaxing Cornwall.
Oh, and Pasties. The famous Cornish Pasties. Mmmmmmmm
If you would like to visit Cornwall with your group, or would like to organise a personal ltour of our county, please take a look at our sister site Tour Cornwall.