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Map of Cornwall | Local Search for Attractions & Services


Use the interactive tourist map of Cornwall to search for a range of local attractions, services and amenities. The county of Cornwall is located in south west England, the county is a favourite holiday destination, the most southerly of England’s counties enjoys milder weather than most of the UK, includes plenty of scenic coastline with a number of seaside towns. The county includes plenty scenic countryside, coastline and plenty of open spaces along with a number of scenic small towns and villages.

There are a number of historic houses, museums, gardens and attractions including the Eden Project, Tintagel Castle, Trewithen House and Gardens and Land’s End, the most westerly point of mainland England. The county includes a number of attractions for visitors to explore, including a range of historic and family attractions.

Search for Cornwall restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, bars, tourist information, visitor attractions including museums, art galleries, historic houses, cinemas, theatres, places of interest and much more. Use the map to better plan your trip to Cornwall using the useful interactive tourist map, learn more about the county and the range of tourist attractions the county has to offer.

The map includes a location and area map of Cornwall along with street view. Use the map to:

- Find directions for driving, walking, bicycling and public transport.
- Use the search function to find local attractions, dining, entertainment, services and amenities.
- Use the layers on the map to find information on local weather and forecast, travel information including traffic conditions showing the latest traffic flow and congestion.
- The photos layer includes photos relating to the map area from panoramio.
- The Distance tool shows a distance radius around a point on the map and can be used to calculate the distance between two points on the map.

Notable local attractions in Cornwall include: Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape – UNESCO World Heritage site, the Eden Project, Tintagel Castle, Trewithen House and Gardens and Land’s End

Local towns in Cornwall include: St Austell, Newquay, Truro, Bodmin, Falmouth, St Ives and Penzance.

English Counties sharing a border with Cornwall include: Devon – The county of Cornwall has coastline on its north, south and west borders with the Celtic Sea and English Channel.

To view the interactive Cornwall maps please see: Map of Cornwall - Local Search Map



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