Things to do
For Holiday Accommodation and Business owners
Maps of Cornwall :
The Ordnance Survey publishes the Explorer series of maps which are
ideal for walkers.
Those covering Cornwall:
Map of Isles of Scilly:101 Isles of Scilly
Ships have been wrecked along the Cornish coastline for many hundreds
Coincidently, it was the day his father was being executed. It took three
days to rescue the only remaining survivors - a dog, one man and a boy.
Dolphins, seals and and a wonderful array of amazing sea life are yet another reason for visiting the sub marine environment around Cornwall.
Pods of dolphins regularly visit divers, swimmers and surfers as these
Leatherback and Green Turtles are often seen and the Ocean Sunfish is a regular visitor to Cornish waters. All five British species of Pipe fish can be found on the Cornish coast. Add to this the undersea world of the resident marine population of plants and animals with starfish, sponges and anemones, and you can imagine the experience that is waiting for you on your diving holiday in Cornwall.
The photos on this page are published courtesy of Undersea Adventures,
Undersea Adventures also stocks a full range of professional diving
For more information: www.undersea.co.uk
Sightings of marine animals particularly Dolphins, Seals, Turtles and rare fish are listed in the Seaquest Southwest recording project which is run jointly by the Devon and Cornwall Wildlife Trusts.
For more information: www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk
The increasing warmth of the waters around Cornwall is encouraging what
Species normally found in Mediterranean and tropical waters are becoming
a common site around Cornwall.
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For other items of diving interest please click on the following link: