Definitive Guide to the Camel Trail, Cornwall, UK | Cornwall's most popular multi-use trail route
The Camel Trail is 17.3 miles long..
It is a resurfaced railway line..
The entire length is flat & therefore suitable for the disabled..
It's original use was to transport sand inland..
Only a small part of the trail is on roads and shared with normal traffic..
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More information on stunning north Cornwall
North Cornwall is simply awe-inspiring. There are many, many miles of evocative coastline and fine sandy beaches to explore right the way along the northern coastline of Cornwall.
But it doesn't end there...
Cornwall has long since had to rely on tourism, rather than fishing or mining to earn a crust, and over the years this has culminated in Cornwall now being able to offer a wide variety of things to do whilst visiting the area.
No matter what your age group or particular interests, we are sure that there is something for you..! Whether you are looking for an amusement or theme park, a cream tea at a quaint tea-shop overlooking the ocean, an historic garden, aquarium, wine tasting, golf courses, museum...whatever you can think of, the chances are it is nearby or within a reasonable distance away.
So, it's no wonder why so many people choose to come to Cornwall for a holiday. In fact, you would be hard pushed to see everything Cornwall has to offer in just a week and maybe thats why many choose to keep coming back year after year..!
Accommodation is pretty extensive too; from quaint character cottages to sumptious luxury hotels....it's all here waiting for you.
If you are looking for accommodation and cottages specifically around the Camel Trail, maybe to explore this area a little more - click here.
Or, click the following link if you prefer to search through the best hotels that Cornwall has to offer.