Most Instagrammable places in Cornwall
Cornwall is one of the most idyllic holiday destinations in the UK, known for white sandy beaches, crystal clear sea and home to some of the UK’s top attractions. When you are on holiday in Cornwall you will be surrounded by beautiful scenery and fantastic attractions to fill your Instagram grid. Here is a list of our top most instagrammable places in Cornwall.
Situated on the Lizard peninsula, Kynance Cove is probably the most painted and photographed location in Cornwall. The defining rock formations made up of green and red stone, alongside the white sand beach is truly breathtaking. It has also become an increasingly popular Instagram spot after being featured on #Poldark!
Set on the rugged North Cornwall Coast, this spectacular attraction is a magical day out whilst on holiday in Cornwall. This English Heritage site is filled with history and dramatic views, there is something for all of the family.
One of the most famous landmarks in Cornwall, St Michael’s Mount has a fascinating history with a picturesque harbour, striking castle, complete with magnificent gardens. The panoramic views make St Michael’s Mount the perfect place for those Instagram worthy pics whilst you are on holiday at our Cornwall holiday parks.
Not far from our Cornwall holiday parks is the unique Nanjizal Beach. The boulder strewn beach boasts unusually crystal clear water with an abundance of caves and is often a hot spot for seal watching.
The end of the land, this legendary Cornish attraction has inspired visitors since ancient Greek times and is a must see during your Cornwall caravan holiday. Land's End is the perfect place to discover outstanding natural beauty from the spectacular cliff-top views. Don't forget to get your photo in front of the famous signpost - one for the gram!
Carved into a granite cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the Minack Theatre is the Insta perfect place to visit during your Cornwall break. You can enjoy a extravagant show at Cornwall’s world famous open-air theatre or just take a wander and take in the views.
An area of outstanding natural beauty, this area of woodland stretches for one mile along the Trevillet River, just a short distance from our Cornwall caravan parks. Here you can experience St Nectan's Kieve, a sensational sixty foot waterfall splashing through a hole in the rocks.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are a real jewel of Cornwall, a collection of stunning tropical plants, ponds, Victorian gardens and mysterious giant sculptures. Heligan’s description, ‘200 acres of garden history, mystery and romance’ is the perfect way to sum up this beautiful place.