Places of Interest in Cornwall
Watergate Bay - for the non stop water activity whatever time of the year!
The ideal holiday resort for both the young and old, what with its beautiful scenery and walks, and for the youngsters, why not try to surf the waves, or perhaps kite surf....
If you're buying a property locally in the area always make sure that you have a building survey carried out.
Along with the activities to Watergate bay there is also the opportunity to sample one of the UK's top chef's cuisine' Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant is now located on the water's edge with spectacular views over the Bay. Restaurants are just one of a huge range of commercial properties which 1stAssociated would carry out a full commercial survey including a Schedule of Condition.
Newquay has everything
you can possibly offer....from
its Zoo to its safe beaches to local history to explore and
even a few miles up the road its own airport with flights from London
Stansted on a daily basis
Being the former County town of Cornwall, Bodmin can boast numerous interesting buildings, such as the the Turret Clock, marking the site of the ancient Butter Market, the Assize Hall, Shire House and of course the notorious Bodmin Gaol.
Looe is situated on both sides of the River Looe; the two towns are joined together by a bridge across the river.
A living theatre of Plants in the heart of Cornwall
All life of Earth depends upon the survival of the plants that surround us - each day of our lives, we use plants from every continent on the planet. The Eden Project is a gateway into this fascinating interactive world of plants and people, a living theatre, exploring our global garden inheritance and revealing plants as you've never seen them before.
Eden is a truly unique experience, in the heart of Cornwall's Clay Mining country - a place to explore the amazing relationship that exists between the human population and the fascinating world of plants and to the extent that we depend on plants for our very existence.