So, why Cornwall?
When it comes to holidays, Oaklands holiday park is sure to fit the description of your dream break. If you are planning a holiday with the family or a romantic break, our holiday park is the perfect destination for your holiday home. Not only will Oaklands bring you closer to nature with the tranquil and idyllic countryside around you, but we guarantee you will have the trip of a lifetime – for life! At Oaklands Park you can relax, recuperate and unwind in a beautiful setting.
Many of those who own a holiday home do so with two things in mind, to spend time with their loved ones or take a well-deserved break from hard work. For either reason, we believe Cornwall to be the ideal destination for your holiday home – and here’s why…
When visiting Cornwall, you will be able to choose from a number of activities to help you enjoy your break away from home. You can unwind with days at the beach, or take an adventurous day to Newquay Zoo, there is so much to do for everyone! When visiting Cornwall there are a number of activities which you can get up too including:
- Playing Golf
- Taking part in Eureka Escape
- Visiting Tresco Island
- Porfell Wildlife Park
We guarantee there is so much to do, you will never have a dull day in Cornwall!
Cornwall has some of the best beaches in the UK. From wide and sandy with clear turquoise waters to rival those in the Caribbean, to the steep-cliffed, boulder-strewn with wild Atlantic waves crashing, there’s every kind of beach going.
Cornwall has miles and miles of stunningly beautiful coastline, helpfully marked out with public paths so you can make the most of the views. Along the south coast, you can walk from Newlyn to Penzance – which shows off St Michael’s Mount, do the seven miles Lizard coastal walk, or walk from Land’s End to Sennen Cove.
Pasties and Clotted Cream
No visit to Cornwall is complete without a daily pasty. This westerly county is the proud producer of some very delicious food, not least the Cornish pasty and clotted cream.
Due to its position, Cornwall has a particularly balmy climate thanks to the Gulf Stream. As well as the obvious joy copious amounts of sunshine bring to its visitors, it also means that sub-tropical plants are able to grow – with palm trees a common sight.
Fishing Villages and Harbours
Everywhere you turn in Cornwall, there is a postcard-perfect town that will make you dream of upping sticks from London to the seaside. Some of the best include: St Ives, which has always attracted an arty crowd and has its own Tate Gallery; the quaint harbour of Charlestown is one for die-hard Poldark lovers, and Penzance is a town on the up with smart restaurants, cool hotels and a contemporary art scene.