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Cornwall By Numbers

Holidays in Cornwall mean beach days and exploration with family and loved ones. We love our beautiful home and all its amazing attractions, beaches and hidden gems. 

It’s an ever popular destination for breaks of all types all year round, so here is a little breakdown of Cornwall in numbers……

8 – The number of times that our beautiful home has won
number one travel destination in the UK travel awards

300 – Miles of exhilarating coast path to explore. It could
take a life time to cover all those routes.

120,000,000 – Over 120 million Cornish pasties are produced
in Cornwall each year. Yum!

14 – Lifeboat stations around the Cornish coastline that
house 21 boats used to keep water users safe around the county.

54 – RNLI beaches patrolled by lifeguards. Always swim where
these guys and girls are to stay safe in the water.

7 – stunning Blue Flag winning beaches and over 300
identified beaches in the county.

3 – Falmouth is the third largest natural deep-water
harbour. It was the home of communication and the final stop for transatlantic
voyages. Visit the National Maritime Museum on the harbour side to learn more
about the towns proud nautical heritage.

30 – Largest waves in Cornwall ridden at The Cribbar in
Newquay.

 

223 – The highest cliffs at ‘High Cliff’ near Boscastle
stand 223m high. Giddy. 

7,000,000 – Average viewing figures for each episode of series one of Poldark

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