NEW – Boscastle

The small village of Boscastle is probably most famous for the horrendous flooding it suffered in 2004, and although this makes an interesting part of the village’s history, there is much more to it than that. Located on a beautiful stretch of the North Cornish coastline, Boscastle is surrounded by stunning scenery. Whether you decide to just stroll around the village exploring the little shops, cafes and the harbour, or to take one of the four scenic walks from the village you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to scenic views. There are various activities which take place in Boscastle throughout the year such as the School Duck Race, fishing and scenic boat trips, the Food and Arts & Crafts Festival and Walking Week.

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