Cornwall Vacation - Deals & Packages!Located on the south-western peninsula, Cornwall is a ceremonial county and unitary authority area of England. It blessed with the longest stretch of coastline in the country and receives more sunshine than most of the English cities, a twin attribute that makes it a fruit of all seasons among enthusiastic visitors to this royal country. It has a profound Celtic history and a consortium of historic architecture and traditional culinary arts (including Stargazy pie and cream tea), in addition to its picture-perfect scenic beauty and a host of cultural festivals. Add to it the zing of being the fabled birthplace of King Arthur, and the picture would soon switch from endearing to tantalizing.Places of Interest in Cornwall Tintagel Castle Dating back to fifth century, Tintagel Castle is the fabled birthplace of King Arthur. Though it is now in ruins, it is still a fascinating part of ancient history. A strange aspect of this castle is that a part of it is situated over a rock that is only accessible through an old wooden bridge and an almost upright staircase. Also situated beneath the Tintagel Castle is Merlin’s cave, a sea cave formed by marine erosion between the slate and volcanic rocks.Bude Bude is a small seaside resort town in north Cornwall, England. Ever since the turn of 20th century, it has been a preferred seaside destination due to its decent Atlantic ambience, splendid surfing opportunities and a mellowed beach experience. Some of the beaches that are worth mention here are for their picture-perfect beauty are Summerleaze, Widemouth Bay and Crackington Haven.The South West Coast Path The South West Coast Path is England's longest marked long-distance footpath and it stretches for 630 miles along the coastline of Britain’s south-west peninsula. Its Cornish section is the most scenic, and visitors would find the trail along Penwith and the Lizard peninsulas worthy of a special mention. The South West Coast Path takes walkers through busy towns, remote cliffs, beaches, heaths, farms and fishing villages and walking along it is quite an experience.