Bodmin is one of Cornwall’s most fascinating towns steeped with history that will enthral and delight everyone. Situated in the centre of Cornwall it is perfect for exploring in-land and is also within easy reach of both the North and South coastlines.
The 83-acre Beacon Nature Reserve has breath-taking views to both the moor and coast. Of course, the rugged granite and gauze moors are a must see along with Bodmin Jail, the areas spooky attraction where you can really get a feel for how the prisoners lived and the punishments they were given.
The Camel Trail offers 18 miles of traffic-free walking, cycling and horse riding along the River Camel. Head for the edge of enigmatic Bodmin Moor or coastwards, along the Camel Estuary to the market town of Wadebridge