Falmouth boasts the third largest natural harbour in the world with such attractions as the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle the Tudor stronghold.

Helston One of the oldest towns in Cornwall it hosts the ancient Furry dance on the 8th of May every year.

Porthleven England's most southerly working port with it's nineteenth century harbour. It is Britain's most storm battered place.

St Michael's Mount Probably the most iconic view in Cornwall with a magnificent twelfth century Benedictine Monastery on an island which is linked to the mainland with a causeway at low tide.

Penzance Has the only promenade in Cornwall with spectacular views of Mounts Bay. It was the birthplace of Humphrey Davy the inventor of the Miners Safety Lamp.

Great Flat Load Camborne & Redruth drive through one of the most productive mining areas in Cornwall and find out it's fascinating history. See Cornwall's last working mine at South Crofty Tin Mine which ended production in 1998