You Can’t Escape Great Art in Cornwall

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Art is everywhere in Cornwall. The rugged Cornish landscape and quaint fishing villages are crying out to be painted, and have served as inspiration for artists in Cornwall for generations. This is great news for visitors to Cornwall interested in art, as there are loads of galleries and public artworks to explore and cherish. It's not exactly big business, but the Cornish art scene is bustling and it has been for centuries. The St Ives and Newlyn art scenes were once world renowned and considered as art centers as important as London, paris or New York. Artists flocked here for the gorgeous natural light and breathtaking natural landscape. Cornwall still boasts many great artists including Kurt Jackson, a contemporary Cornwall artist with experience in environments and cultures.

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Best Tourist Attractions in Falmouth

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The official town website for Falmouth – www.falmouth.co.uk – has recently undergone a radical transformation. It has been beautifully redesigned to provide an in-depth and very colourful guide to Falmouth and surrounding attractions on the Fal River. Falmouth is one of the key towns in Cornwall and one of its biggest located right on the coast. This is thanks to the huge natural harbour, one of Europe’s largest, which has made Falmouth a prominent sea port for ships since the very early days of sailing. This is one of the UK’s most prominent ports as it  is capable of berthing huge ships carrying cargo and passengers from far flung destinations. It is also a favourite with visiting yachtsmen who favour the tranquil sailing grounds and stunning scenery of the Carrick Roads – another name for the creeks and tributaries of the Fal Estuary.

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Best Towns for Eating Out in Cornwall

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There's no denying that food and drink is big business in Cornwall. From real ales to home grown wines, fresh caught fish to freshly baked cake, Cornwall has become one of the UK's top regions for food and drink. Cornwall is also one of England’s most popular and most visited counties. Full of historic interest, craggy cliffs and dramatic views, no wonder Cornwall attracts the majority of British tourists for summer vacations and with the exception of London beats every other location in Britain for seafood, organic pork and farm fresh foods. With so much fresh produce on its doorstep and a huge amount of inbound visitors it's little wonder that so many businesses have sprung up offering great places to eat and drink in the county.

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Top Tips for Great Holiday Accommodations in Fowey

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The town of Fowey, located in England’s highly photographed Cornwall, is definitely one of the places which you should visit when you find yourself in this part of the UK. While it’s not the number one tourist spot in the country, the town is well-prepared for all those who plan to venture to this beautiful South Cornwall destinations. Aside from the fabulous sights which are just there to wow you and the warm people ready to welcome you with friendly smiles and handshakes, there are so many fantastic businesses providing all sort of accommodation for tourists to choose from. Whether you’re there with tons of money in your pocket or on a budget, you will find a nice spot you can call your home during your vacation.

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List of the Top Places to Stay in Falmouth

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If you have already made your plans of visiting the many tourist attractions of Falmouth yet a bit hesitant because you do not know where to stay there during the entire duration of your holiday, worry no more as Falmouth offers you plenty of options to choose from. There are some great holiday accommodation businesses in Falmouth and the surrounding area of Cornwall. Be it a luxurious award-winning hotels or the more economical apartment or the closer-to-nature camp sites, there is an accommodation that is sure to fit your personality, tastes, and budget. Live in Luxury Falmouth is home to some of Cornwall’s well-known hotels that offer spectacular views of the Falmouth Harbor topped with superb world-class hotel amenities and in-house services. 

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Cornwall’s Business Landscape

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Despite its isolated position at the far western end of the UK, the landscape for business in Cornwall remains remarkably healthy. The county has many thriving industries, not least tourism which accounts for a large proportion of Cornwall's economic output. What's more the county is emerging as a great place to start a business. Lots of people are reported to have found success  by forming new companies, even in a stagnant economy. It  seems Cornwall is a great place to do business. With 7 or 8 million individuals visiting Cornwall annually, this tourist destination supplies a lot of business possibilities in the hospitality market and employs a lot of people. Some companies are riding a wave of success as tourism and hospitatility continues to boom.

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