Caravan Holidays in Cornwall

Discover Cornwall on your next caravan holiday

With sandy beaches, scenic countryside and multiple activities and attractions tailored to families, Cornwall is the perfect place for your perfect caravan holiday. Spend your days under the blue skies and enjoy some family fun on the beach or bike riding along coastal paths, and look out for some wildlife along the way. Or simply take a break to unwind, relax, shop and dine at Cornwall’s award-winning restaurants.

Mullion

On the west coast of Cornwall, Mullion is the largest village on the Lizard peninsular. This quiet coastal village is ideal for a peaceful caravan holiday with an array of unique craft shops, art galleries, cafés and restaurants. Mullion Cove is close by, offering the opportunity for some adventure. It is accessible by kayak and has lots of caves and rock formations to explore. The Cove is also home to lots of wildlife, including seals, which are often spotted hunting for food in the harbour or basking in the sun.

Newquay

Originally a small fishing village, Newquay is now one of Britain’s favourite seaside towns with stunning sandy beaches. A variety of activities will keep everyone entertained from leisurely beach walks to surf lessons and water sport activities or bike rides along part of the South West coastal path. Newquay isn’t just about beaches, with opportunities to discover some of Cornwall’s history at Newquay Harbour and Huer’s Hut. Alongside plenty of shops and family attractions, there really is something for everyone on your caravan holiday.

Polperro

A traditional Cornish fishing village in South East Cornwall, visiting Polperro is like taking a step back in time. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this untouched village, with an infamous history as a smugglers haunt, is a picturesque location for a family caravan holiday. Ideal for a fishing trip or just a change of scene, Polperro has a variety of things to do. Whether its walks along the beach or a scenic coastal path, exploring museums and art galleries, or going for a swim in a tidal pool, Polperro has it all.

St Ives

Popular for surfing beaches, art galleries and with the UK’s mildest climate, St Ives is a fantastic choice for a caravan holiday destination. Explore a maze of cobbled streets lined with independent shops and award-winning restaurants or take a boat trip to visit Seal Island. Not forgetting the four fabulous beaches for lots of sunbathing and family sandcastle building competitions. Whilst there you could always head to St Ives Bay and visit drevy Lighthouse, the inspiration for the novel To The Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf.

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