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Cornwall is a vast county with an incredible mix of rocks, sand, caves, sea, rivers, estuaries and moorland. Throw into that pot, the diverse flora and fauna, mining sites of world heritage class, charming villages and you can understand why large swathes of Cornwall have been designated areas of outstanding natural beauty. Such a rare mix doesn't exist anywhere else in the country and that's why Cornwall is so entrancing and magical and a wonderful place for you and your dog to explore on foot. Spending time just exploring and walking every nook and cranny of Cornwall gives a rare insight into this amazing stew of wonder.
With sun, sea and surf, Cornwall offers a British beach holiday that's pretty hard to beat. One of the true hotspots in Cornwall is Newquay. Life here is all about riding waves. But if that's a bit too wet and wild for your tastes. Another Cornish hotspot is the picturesque harbour town of St Ives. The harbour itself is the very heart of the town and is still a busy port with boats of all shapes and sizes. The streets that surround the harbour are a great place to start your St Ives tour. There are plenty of places to sit and watch the world go by or enjoy some holiday treats. Head away from the harbour and head into a maze of pretty cobbled streets and winding lanes and you'll discover a labyrinth of independent shops and boutiques. St Ives is also famous as a centre for arts and all things creative and it's here that you can find some real gems by local artists. Also home to the Tate St Ives.
Right out front of the Tate St Ives is one of the many local beaches, popular with surfers and a great place for families, Porth Mawl beach is one of the busiest in the area as it's right in St Ives itself, lifeguards are on hand to keep an eye on everyone and make sure you have a good time. Even the harbour itself is home to a nice little beach at low tide, so you really don't have to go far to find a sandcastle. If you head a little further out of town you'll discover even more gorgeous beaches, these deserted stretches of sand are a perfect place to relax, explore and just enjoy the natural beauty of Cornwall.