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Lighthouses are an iconic feature of Cornwall's coast. For centuries, they have been guiding ships safely into port and warning of danger. Today, they are a popular tourist attraction, with many people coming to see the beautiful views from their top. There are over 30 lighthouses around Cornwall, each with its own unique history. Many of them are now open to the public, and some even offer accommodation. Whether you're looking for a day out or a place to stay, a visit to one of Cornwall's lighthouses is sure to be a memorable experience.
The first recorded lighthouse in Cornwall was built at the port of Bodmin in the 13th century. However, it is likely that there were earlier structures built for the same purpose. The most famous lighthouse in Cornwall is probably the Eden Project, which is located in the town of St. Austell. This futuristic structure was built in 2001 and is home to two huge biomes which house plants from all around the world. Other notable lighthouses include St. Michael's Mount, Tintagel Castle and Land's End. If you're interested in learning more about Cornwall's lighthouses, there are several tours and exhibitions which are available. Alternatively, why not take a walk along the coast and see how many you can spot?