This OS Map bundle contains the OS Explorer maps covering Cornwall, from the spectacular rugged coastline and beaches to the more tranquil southern coast and some of the most beautiful and unique moorland and woodland scenery.
Includes map sheet numbers 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107,109 and 111 in the OS Explorer map series.
Cornwall is famous for its coastline, dramatic landscapes, miles of sandy beaches, and a rich cultural and industrial heritage. Experience the crashing surf of Atlantic rollers, wild and remote moorlands such as Bodmin Moor, fishing harbours, pretty villages, bustling towns and peaceful woodlands. Highlights of the area include: Bodmin, Tintagel, Penzance, Land's End, Mevagissey, Falmouth, Newquay, Padstow, Perranporth, The South West Coast Path, Porthleven, St Austell Bay, St Ives, St Austell and the county capital of Truro.
There are 12 separate Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the county, as well as 10 World Heritage Sites and the ground-breaking Eden Project.
Cornwall has the longest stretch of coastline of any county in the UK, with over 400 miles of cliffs, beaches, coves, and estuaries. Walk some of the South West Coast Path, Cornish Way, Camel Trail or Smuggler's Way. Visit the most southerly point in Britain, Lizard Point including the mighty Devil's Cauldron, or to Land's End itself, or drop into the town of Newquay where nearby there's some stunning scenery such as the volcanic stacks at Bedruthan Steps and Watergate Beach.
There's no shortage of historic sites and attractions marked on OS Explorer maps, some notable sites in Cornwall include the mystical Tintagel Castle, iconic St. Michael's Mount at Marazion, Pendennis and Mawes castles, the Minack Theatre and Lanhydrock House. There are so many wonderful places to visit in Cornwall it's hard to know where to start, but having this OS Explorer map set with you will make sure you don't miss any of the natural and man-made treasures of the area, and have many happy days out, outdoor activities and holidays to remember.How to access the digital version of these maps
Each map comes with a digital version which you can download to your smartphone or tablet.
Go to OS.uk/redeem for more details (terms and conditions apply).
Scratch off the panel on the inside cover of the map to reveal a code, you are then just three easy steps away from downloading your digital map. If the scratch panel has already been scratched off or if you have any problems downloading your map, please call the OS Customer Service Centre on 03456 050505.
For a quick and easy guide to map reading, check out this online booklet from Ordnance Survey.
|Product Type||Folded Map|
|Product Features||Free Digital version available for download|
|Scale||Scale 1:25 000|
|Dimensions||140x 240 x 12mm|
|Item weight||1.04 Kg|
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