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Places to visit in Cornwall with electric vehicle charging points

Cornwall is filled with great days out and attractions. Whether you’re looking to explore stunning natural landscapes, discover cultural attractions, or enjoy the local cuisine, you’re sure to find something to your taste here.

While the use of electric vehicles is on the rise, and access to charging points is improving month on month, finding charging locations can still be unpredictable.

Here are four places to visit in Cornwall offering a fun day out as well as electric vehicle accessibility.

The Eden Project

One of the most popular spots for a day trip in Cornwall, the Eden Project is a global garden that offers a chance to explore the natural world in a unique way.

The Eden Project presents various themed biomes and extensive outdoor gardens and is home to the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Wandering through the beautiful landscape makes for an intensely rich sensory experience.

Marvel at the butterflies, the scent of the rainforest and the sound of the waterfall. There are also British bird species that have begun to inhabit the outdoor gardens whose songs add to the special ambience of the environment.

Throughout the year, there are also performances, storytelling events, and art displays held against the beautiful backdrop of the gardens.

If you’re feeling peckish, head to one of the many catering outlets located on-site. A unique way to explore food, from the Biome Kitchen to the Med Terrace, the Eden Project strives to reflect the stories they tell in the exhibits in the food they serve.

The Eden Project has three electric vehicle charging points located in the Banana car park which are free to visitors. In the Melon car park is another charging point which visitors can pay to use.

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The Land’s End Landmark

Known across the country for its iconic location and natural beauty, the Land’s End Landmark is definitely worth a visit during your stay in Cornwall.

The scenery at Land’s End is an attraction in itself. The coastal landscape offers walks and wildlife and the intriguing granite domes in the sea, formed around 270 million years ago, make for great photo opportunities.

Attractions for all the family range from the comical Aardman Presents: A Grand Experience to the charming Greeb Farm. Throughout the summer months, Land’s End Landmark also hosts Magic in the Skies, a delightful display of fireworks preceded by live music and other entertainment.

You can’t visit Land’s End without paying a visit to the iconic signpost. The operators of the attraction will personalise the famous landmark by adding in your home town and its distance from Land’s End. This is the perfect souvenir of a great day out.

The electric vehicle charging point at the Land’s End Landmark is located at the visitor centre.

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Lewinnick Lodge

A trip to Cornwall wouldn’t be complete without taking the time to sample some of the culinary delights that the county has to offer. And what better way to do so than accompanied by stunning coastal views.

Lewinnick Lodge in Newquay is a boutique restaurant and the perfect place for a leisurely lunch or romantic dinner.

With a unique menu that explores local flavours, Lewinnick Lodge is great for those seeking to explore the taste of Cornwall. The contemporary seasonal menu is accompanied by locally-brewed ales, classic cocktails, and fine wines.

And if you’d rather make a start earlier in the day, Lewinnick Lodge also offers a breakfast menu.

While a trip to Lewinnick Lodge might be for the fabulous dining experience, it is the stunning views of Cornwall’s beautiful scenery and nearby coastal paths that add the finishing touch.

There are three devices and three connectors available at Lewinnick Lodge for you to charge your electric vehicle.

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Day out in Bude

Situated on the north coast of Cornwall, Bude is a beautiful traditional seaside town and is perfect for a day filled with exploring and relaxing.

Bude is home to great coastal areas such as Summerleaze Beach, the town’s most famous seaside spot. Other popular places include Bude Canal and Bude Castle.

Whether you want a leisurely wander around the picturesque streets, or to strike out on the coastal path the town is the perfect base.

For those looking for something a little more active, Bude is the perfect spot for surfing with its coastal position making for excellent waves. Widemouth Bay and Crooklets are popular among the surfing community and both are home to several surf schools that offer lessons and equipment to rent.

There is an electric vehicle charging point located outside the Tourist Information Centre, close to the beach and the town itself.

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