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Kernow... err NO! Can our Cornwall quiz fool you? holiday cottages

Kernow... err NO! Can our Cornwall quiz fool you?

It’s the first day of your holiday. The sun is blazing high in a blue sky and you’ve walked from the colourful town down to a secret cove recommended by the locals. Cliffs tower above and, as you round the final corner, you come face-to-face with an endless horizon of ocean. There are palm trees dotted nearby, a café with refreshing exotic drinks and colourful furniture, and in the distance, you can see surfers riding glittering waves…

Sound familiar? If you’re picturing a Caribbean island or the coastline of Bali you may be surprised to learn that this little taste of paradise is closer than you think. Our most south-westerly county of Cornwall has all this and so much more, which you can discover in our Cornwall Interactive Quiz

Take a peek at these breathtaking holiday pics to see if you can tell the difference between a beach that belongs in Hawaii, Koh Samui, Maldives, Cancun or a secret beach found on Cornwall’s remarkable coast. It’s multiple choice, so all you need to do is pick the image you think you’ll find in good old Kernow and click to see if you are right.

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