24 photos to show why you should never visit Cornwall

24 photos to show why you should never, ever, visit Cornwall.

1. Awful beaches

2. Ugly islands

3. Boring theatres

4. Terrible ice cream

5. Unattractive fishing villages

6. Mundane stories

7. No water sports

8. Boring walks

9. Dirty seas

10. Little history

11. Disappointing views

12. Hideous harbours

13. Plain gardens

14. Uninspiring transport links

15. Ugly boats

16. No nature reserves

17. Few remnants of a proud past

18. Still awful beaches

19. Did I mention the views weren’t worth it?

20. Not a pretty harbour in sight

21. No nice pubs

22. Bland menus

23. No tourist attractions

24. Lacking traditional local food

Have I missed any reasons not to visit Cornwall?

14 thoughts on “24 photos to show why you should never visit Cornwall

    1. Cornwall is a lovely place to visit, and all those comments are reasons to visit Cornwall, not to not visit Cornwall. They have the cleanest beaches, best views, plenty of history, good entertainment, seaside walks, etc. My ancestors were Cornish, and I spent some of my childhood days there visiting them.

  1. You didn’t post any pictures of Hayle beach, its tiny even at low tide and no sand anywhere 😉
    Also no fancy restaurants 😉

  2. Been going down Cornwall for over 40 years and now store my tourer down there. Don’t know why I bother but guess it’s better than queuing at airports, hunting for luggage, checking delays etc.etc. I don’t mind about the weather as I haven’t paid a fortune for the sun and don’t have to get up at 5am to grab a sun lounger by a pool.I’m picky about my food but can just about manage a pasty and scrumptious cream tea eating at a local coastal cafe overlooking the sea, the sand the beautiful scenery and passing the time chatting with a local. Oh yes, just a few of the reasons why I absolutely love Cornwall rain or shine!!

    1. I love this comment. We found Cornwall two years ago when we bought our tourer and have just arranged storage as we just can’t face any more airports. I am 69 my husband is 70 and we wish we had chosen Cornwall sooner. We stay at Pentewan mostly and I have booked six weeks there and a week in St Ives at Ayr. Can’t wait for our first week at Easter. Thank you. I really enjoyed your comment

  3. Don’t listen to the sour comments, Cornwall is beautiful you’ll love it and have a wonderful holiday, a warm welcome everywhere you go from the kind and considerate local folk.
    ps
    Bring 💰 😁

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