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Say yes to seaside adventures when you search for TravelSupermarket’s best rates on car rental in Cornwall...
Come for the beaches: the wild and wonderful coastline of Britain’s most south-westerly county is packed with beaches to suit all sorts, from the rolling surf of Fistral Beach and the pure romance of Kynance Cove, to the buckets and spades of Talland Bay and the something-for-everyone sands at St Ives.
Come for the towns and villages: cream teas in Fowey, after-surf parties in Newquay, art galleries in St Ives, pirate tales in Penzance… with car hire, Cornwall and its characterful urban areas are yours to explore at leisure.
Come for the attractions: there are plenty of them. The Eden Project, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Tintagel Castle, the Minack Theatre, Land’s End, Bodmin Moor – and that’s just the beginning!
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TravelSupermarket works with major car hire brands, car hire brokers and small car rental companies around Cornwall, so you need never miss a deal.
Pre-book car hire at Newquay Cornwall Airport (NGY) and collect your vehicle upon arrival or arrange to pick up at one of the many car-rental offices located around Cornwall. Compare car-rental quotes on TravelSupermarket to find a deal that suits you.
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In the east of the county, where Cornwall meets Devon, you can drive to areas such as the Rame Peninsula, go surfing in Bude, or tread in the footsteps of ancient royalty and legendary characters at Tintagel Castle. Then cross barren Bodmin Moor and stop off at the Jamaica Inn, made famous by Daphne du Maurier’s tale.
On the north coast, surf beaches, chic foodie towns and family holiday parks draw visitors back again and again.
Down south, where quaint fishing villages and sandy coves dot the coast, attractions such as the Eden Project and the Minack Theatre lure the crowds.
And way out west, where the Atlantic Ocean meets Land’s End, are yet more incredible beaches, inviting towns and mesmerising sights, including St Michael’s Mount.
It might not look that big, but going can be slow around Cornwall, with plenty of winding roads and country lanes that require patience (and sometimes the reverse gear). A few main A-roads serve Cornwall’s major towns, but it’s best not to get too ambitious with plans to pack a lot into one trip. You’ll just have to come back again! With awesome deals on everything you need in Cornwall – including hotels, flights to Newquay, and car hire – you can make that return trip for less than you might think.
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