The charm of its coast is certainly unsurpassed, if not unrivalled. Probably the very finest stretch of coast scenery in England is that lying between Newquay and Boscastle. But Cornwall is not all coast; it has moors as wild as Dartmoor, rivers that rival the Dart, and rich luxuriant valleys like that of Luxulyan. — Arthur Salmon, p.2






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