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Bodmin

This historic town, formerly known as the county town is located in the heart of Cornwall, equidistant from both the north and south coasts and situtaed on the western fringes of the beautiful landscape that is Bodmin Moor. Bodmin makes an ideal base f ...

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Bude

The main shopping street in Bude is on a raised gradient however the canal area is very flat and ideal for wheelchair users. Access to Summerleaze beach is via a flat yet uneven car park.

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Falmouth

The central shopping area of Falmouth is flat but is characterised by cobbled streets. The carpark on the moor offers the most level acess to the town centre. The seafront is flat and accessible with lovely views out to the bay.

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Fowey

For information please contact Fowey Tourist Information on 01726 833616 or email

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Looe

The main shopping/ quay area of Looe is very flat and assessible. There are accessible toilets and a car park. However, as Looe is located in a valley some of the streets surrounding the town can be very steep and narrow.

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Mevagissey

Mevagissey has no pavements so padestrians have to use the the roads which are narrow. This can be problematic during the summer months. Accessible toilets are on the West Quay. Disabled parking on the quay and in Kiers carpark (both offer limited spaces) ...

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Penzance

Penzance being built on a steep hill and the whole peninsula being covered with granite, tors and crags can cause difficulties for disabled visitors. There are numerous accessible toilets and carparks throughout the town.

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St Agnes

A small village with narrow streets and small shops.There are steep hills however there is a free carpark with accessible toilets near the main flat street. An accessible toilet can be found in the main shopping area.

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St Ives

St Ives offers narrow and sometimes cobbled streets which become busy during the summer. Access to the town is via mainly steep hills, however there are frequent park and ride bus services. There are accessible toilets in the main shopping area and car p ...

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