Come to Cornwall
With over 1000 miles of coastline, it's no surprise that the sea and Cornwall's beaches play a central part in that lifestyle. Sailing and water sports enthusiasts are in their element; walkers and cyclists love the clifftop paths and of course, the breath taking scenery.
But once you take your eyes away from the glistening waves, golden sands or rugged cliffs, you'll see there's more to Cornwall's outdoor living. The heart of the county features wild moorlands as well as traditional rural countryside, ideal for exploring at leisure, as well as offering a wealth of cultural opportunities.
Investment in our improved transport network puts you in easy reach of key destinations in the UK and beyond - by road and rail, by air from Newquay Cornwall Airport and by sea.
As anyone who has visited Cornwall will know, the county offers an exceptionally attractive lifestyle, with stunning countryside, the warmest climate in the UK and a rich mix of leisure opportunities - not to mention our unique cultural heritage.
Cornwall at a glance
- Warm climate with high levels of sunshine
- Dramatic coastline and stunning beaches
- Ideal for sailing, surfing, walking and cycling
- High quality schools with rich range of extra-curricular options
- Six universities and colleges offering higher education at 13 campuses around Cornwall
- Opportunity to live in one of UK's eco-towns - with greener living popular throughout the county
- Crime rates among the lowest in the UK
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