Top 5 Stargazing spots in Cornwall
This Saturday is International Astronomy Day so we have put together our top 5 stargazing spots in Cornwall for you to enjoy on your UK caravan holidays. Cornwall has miles of exposed coastlines, countryside and very little light pollution which makes it one of the best places in the UK for stargazing.
There are so many beautiful areas to visit during your Cornwall holidays, head to any of these places on a clear night and you will be in for a perfect evening of stargazing. Here are our top 5 stargazing spots in Cornwall:
Tintagel - Known for its outstanding views across the coast and fascinating history Tintagel is a perfect spot for stargazing on a clear evening during your Cornwall break.
St Agnes Head – This Dark Sky Discovery Site has breathtaking coastal landscape and heathland area overlooking the sea where you can enjoy excellent stargazing conditions.
Rinsey Cliff – Located between Porthleven and Penzance, Rinsey Cliff is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. With no artificial lights this is a stunning location for stargazing.
Bodmin Moor- Bodmin Moor is a designated International Dark Sky Landscape and is one of the best in the world for quality of its dark skies. It is also conveniently close to the famous Jamaica Inn where you can head for a post- stargazing tipple.
Trelissick Park – Not far from our Cornwall holiday sites, Trelissick Park has panoramic views of the park and is situated at the head of an estuary making it a breathtaking stargazing spot on a clean crisp evening.