Impossibly turquoise seas, rolling moors of yellow heather, clifftop walking paths, brisk and briny air — at times Cornwall seems a location from a dream, a paradisiacal spot built for relaxation. Days are marked by the steady cycle of high and low tides and the soft sound of footsteps on winding walking trails.

Cornwall is a county located at the southernmost tip of England. The coastal landscape is rugged, with picturesque beaches, moors, surfing villages and harbor towns that have earned the area the nickname “Cornish Riviera.” The region also features more than a 100 miles of scenic walking trails, making it a perfect place to enjoy the wind on your face and the sea at your side.

Photos: Mawgan Porth, Cornwall, England / April 2015

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