Sunday, September 19, 2010

South Cornwall: the perfect break UK

A trip to the Roseland Peninsula in many ways represents a journey back to what Cornwall was like before camper van-toting surfers, inebriated teenagers and DFL (Down From London) families invaded the county. From bustling St Mawes to sleepy Portloe, this corner of south Cornwall is characterised by castle ruins, lush gardens, fishing villages, thatched cottages, coastal walks and wild beaches, and favoured by one of the mildest climates in Britain.

 

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