A truly Cornish bucket list

Only in Cornwall can you:

 Visit the oldest living male seal at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary

 

Magnus was born in 1963 making him 52 years old!

Visit the first ever parabolic antenna on earth

 

 Located at Goonhilly Earth Station on the Lizard Peninsula

Kite surf around a fairytale castle at St Michael’s Mount

Eat a Cornish pasty on a Cornish beach

 

 Just watch out for the seagulls!

Watch a play in a theatre carved out of the cliffs

 

With the beautiful backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean

Squeeze through the narrowest thoroughfare in the UK

 

Found in Port Isaac it's aptly named Squeezy Belly Alley!

Eat a saffron cake in its county of origin

Watch the sun set at the most westerly point in the UK

Make the most of the best light in Britain to paint a picture

Buy a souvenir from the smallest shop in Britain

 

Located in the picturesque village of Polperro

Explore the stunning landscape that inspired Winston Graham’s Poldark

Pop in to see where Doc Martin is filmed in Port Isaac

Visit the world’s largest collection of witchcraft artefacts

 

 Found in The Museum of Witchcraft, Boscastle

Visit the only cape in Britain

 

Where the Atlantic Ocean meets the English Channel, close to the lovely village of St Just

Visit what is thought to be the oldest village in Britain at Chysauster

Explore the world’s largest greenhouses at the Eden Project

 

And ride Britain’s longest zip wire!

See the largest outcrop of serpentine rock at the beautiful Kynance Cove

Located on the Lizard Peninsula

Walk the longest and most diverse coastline in Britain

Join in the festivities at Obby Oss!

 

 The oldest surviving festival in Europe

Explore the largest collection of plant species in the British Isles

 

With over 72 gardens open to the public there’s plenty to discover