Considered one of the most beautiful counties in England, this thin strip of land stretching out to the Atlantic coast is the largest and most picturesque part of the island, with breathtaking views of rugged cliffs, green headlands, bays and charming small villages .
Cornwall, as the rest of England, is a notoriously quite expensive destination, due to the always less favourable change, but with some tricks a holiday here can cost less than expexted.
Land’s End is the most extreme of the region where the cliffs surrender to the turbulent waters of the Atlantic. Definitely one of the most spectacular places in Cornwall, the magical atmosphere is unfortunately ruined by the theme park (a kind of 3d cinema) that was built right next to the visitor center, on the promontory overlooking the extreme point of the coast.
You can still enjoy the beauty of the place and enjoy the surrounding landscape walking along the coastal paths that start from the visitor center.
Public Transport: site: http://www.cornwallpublictransport.info collects information and timetables of all public transport (trains, buses, ferries) that connect cities and major tourist destinations of the region.
Accommodations: The best value for money is offered by numerous B & B; they can be booked independently or at http://www.cornwallbedbreakfasts.co.uk/ http://www.visitcornwall.com/accommodation/bb-guest-houses