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Top 10 Attractions

Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit the Cornwall with Irro Charter


Top 10 attractions in The City of Cornwall, with Irro Charter

Irro Charter welcomes you to Cornwall, a county on the rugged south-western tip of England. It forms a peninsula that includes wild moorland and hundreds of sandy beaches that converge at Land's End. The south coast, also known as the Cornish Riviera, is home to picturesque harbour villages such as Fowey and Falmouth. The north coast is lined with steep cliffs and seaside resorts, including Newquay, a town known for its surf breaks. Cornwall is a heavenly paradise which is rugged and rural yet polished and inspiring. Irro Charter is your group travel partner when it comes to visiting the region of Cornwall. Let us, the experts look after you by providing you with a tour coach and professional driver. We can provide you with long distance coaches for a multi-day trip throughout the Cornwall region. We can also offer you an Airport shuttle transfer from e.g. Newquay. A chartered coach with a driver booked at Irro Charter will be the best choice for a perfect stay in Cornwall.


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  1. Lizard Point

    Lizard Point is the southernmost point of mainland United Kingdom, which stands firmly against the elements of the Atlantic Ocean. There is a great deal of walking to be had along the beautiful coastline.
  2. Lost Gardens of Heligan

    The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a Cornish magical jungle, with giants hiding under moose tapestries, mermaids swimming in the rain, and massive towers of flowers exploding in colour on all the pathways. Wonderful, stunning and enigmatic, it is well worth a visit to this incredible hidden garden.
  3. Newquay

    Most people equate "Newquay" with surfers. There are several beaches to navigate the waves on the Atlantic coast. If I had to pick the most popular tourist attraction in Newquay, I would certainly choose Fistral beach
  4. St Austell

    Just like many of the towns in Cornwall, St Austell has winding pathways and narrow streets which tempt visitors to explore. The Eden Project, which is the largest indoor rainforest in the world was erected in a former clay pit, China clay was an important industrial in the 19th century. There are two tropical biomes, one is a rainforest flora and the other is a Mediterranean flora. You should try and visit for the Eden Sessions, a series of summer concerts which include some of the most famous rock starts, including Brian Wilson, the Flaming Lips, PJ Harvey and Sigur Rós.
  5. Penzance

    Since Penzance is in England's most western region, it has had its share of friendly maritime tourists. It’s a good looking port, with regency and classical architecture. Check out Chapel Lane, with its Victorian Egyptian House built in 1830s, or the Art Deco Jubilee Pool Lido constructed in 1835, both of which are landmarks. It is worth taking a tour at the Minack Theatre for the beautiful scenery.
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  7. Falmouth

    Various factors contribute to the fame of Falmouth as a successful holiday destination. First is the Fali River estuary, rising in depth to become the third-deepest natural harbour on Earth. There are many beautiful hiking destinations in and around Falmouth. The harbour which has been a main base for the Navy since the Second World War also is host to The National Maritime Museum, which has a number of important exhibits illustrating Cornwall maritime heritage.
  8. Bude

    In the far north of Cornwall, the town of Bude is like Newquay which faces the Atlantic Ocean. Both the Crooklets and Summerleaze beaches are renowned for their large, rocky, majestic qualities. Summerleaze holiday resort has cute beach huts, the Bude Sea Pool which is rebuilt by the tide and gives you safe warm water to swim..
  9. Truro

    Truro, a dinky city, which smaller than many market towns but does not suffer because of its size. Georgia and Victorian architecture around the city was created because of the presence of the tin mines. The cathedral was designed at the end of the 19th century and has three spires. Another way to take a tour of Rundle Park is to take the Royal Cornwall Museum.
  10. Bodmin

    Bodmin features a prominent slate industry that has supported bold and artistic architecture throughout the town. Bodmin Court represents the cultural elegance of Bodmin. Another worth-visiting attraction is Old Bodmin Jail which was built in the seventeenth century and is the first prison to have segregated inmates. If you take the tour, you will learn about the ghosts that haunt these walls and the role they worked in by protecting these walls during the First World War, where the crown jewels and Domesday Book were kept for safekeeping.
  11. Tintagel

    The mysterious and wild coast of north Cornwall is a place conducive to legends, and these don’t come more fascinating than King Arthur. Tintagel Castle, a beautiful 13th-century ruin balanced precariously on rocks, is the birthplace of the mythical king. The setting is epic, with “Merlin’s Cave”, “Rocky Valley”, dark cliffs and grassy slopes and it’s not hard to see how people’s imaginations might run wild in such a place. In the village, take in the Old Post Office, a delightful granite building from the 1300s, or the Norman Church of St Materiana, which has a Roman milestone inside.
  12. Irro Charter can help you make every step of the way for your group transport. We can offer you our decades of experience and awareness in the coach rental industry and provide the best suited tour coach rental services for your journey. We welcome you to order an airport shuttle service, tour coach service or long-distance coach charter service through our website. Our new fleet of charter coaches of many sizes will provide the transport you need for your group. Irro Charter coach company offers professional and kind drivers as well as a friendly and helpful booking team. We look forward to receiving your inquiry to provide you with an acceptable transport quote for your travel needs.

Karsten von Holten

Karsten von Holten - Author

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