top instagrammable places cornwall
top instagrammable places cornwall
Cornwall is renowned for its rugged natural beaty with its stretches of sandy beaches together with rocky coasts and remote moorlands. Cornwall has an Instagram opportunity for everyone.
Show off your insta pics and be the envy of your friends
Its all about posts and likes so here we go…
No visit to Cornwall is complete without the famous Lands End signpost. The main town is the most south – westerly point of mainland Britain.
Breath taking natural beauty – rugged cliffs, beautiful countryside and coast paths
St Michael’s Mount
One of Cornwall’s most famous landmarks. This rocky tidal island has a medieval church and castle.
You can reach this amazing location by path at low tide or ferry. Enjoy the subtropical gardens
This is a beautiful cliff side open theatre high above the Atlantic Ocean – above Porthcurno
It has shows all around the year. It makes for amazing shot – day or night winter or summer.
Tintagel castle is owned by English heritage and is situated on the north coast. Its home to the Cornish legend of King Arthur and the knights of the round table. This castle and coastline have inspired the imagination of writers and artists worldwide.
In the last couple of years and after 500 years of waiting the two halves have been reunited via the tintagel castle bridge.
#tintagelcastle over 28,000 posts
Once the site of a large Cornish mine, people come from all over the world to see this amazing site.
It has been used for the Poldark tv series. one of the most photographed engine houses in the world
#botallack – 7,000 posts
This is town of breath-taking natural beauty. take the train journey from St Erth
The stunning beaches, art scene and working harbour will boost your likes
This location can be mistaken for somewhere overseas because of its crystal-clear waters. It is probably the most photographed place in Cornwall.
Located on the west side of the lizard. At low tide you can explore caves such as the parlour and the drawing room
#kynancecove 0ver 41,000 posts
Enjoy cliff top views across giant rock stacks along the coast towards trevose head
This is breath taking location
#bedruthansteps over 20,000 posts
Lost gardens of Heligan
This has over 200 acres to explore
Highlights include giants head, mud maid and grey lady
It is one of Cornwall’s most popular attractions
Thirty years ago, heligan gardens were unknow and unseen
#thelostgardensofheligan over 3000 posts
Two massive biomes house (Mediterranean and rainforest) the largest rain forest in captivity, with stunning exotic plants and exhibitions
This is a designated are of outstanding natural beauty
Situated on the north coast
It is home to Brown willy – Cornwall’s highest point – 420 meters and Rough Tor 400 metres
It is one of the warmest and rainiest areas in Cornwall.
This is a lovely sandy beach in the town of St Ives and 1 of 8 beaches to be handed the blue flag award in 2017.
It is a surfing hotspot throughout the year and is a great place to get some amazing action shots
Situated on the far west of Cornwall. An hour long walk the along the coast path from the nearest road.
The cove is known for the natural stone structures and the song of the sea rock.
An annual phenomenon happens between December to January. The winter sunset aligns perfectly with the narrow arch producing a magic sparkle as the last light of the day shines through the cave
#nanjizal approx. 2,000 posts
Situated portowan and St Ives
This is maintained by the national trust – surrounded by cliffs of heather and gorse
#wheelcoates approx. 9,000 posts
Situated in St Ives Bay. This 300-metre tall godrevy lighthouse was prompted by the shipwreck in November 1854
There are 2 keeper’s cottages on the island
#godfrevylighthouse over 10,000 posts