Wadebridge in Cornwall
At the heart of the joyful Camel Estuary, an ancient market town flourishes... In a vivacious Cornish town, a heady potion of colourful culture, vibrant landscapes, and new-age novelties, bubbles and brews...
Welcome to Wadebridge!
Wadebridge blooms on the banks of the rapturous River Camel. This energetic estuary plays host to a wide range of water sports. You can indulge is swimming, fishing, sailing, water-skiing, and even wind-surfing!
If you prefer a quieter time, the soothing river-bank will work like a charm. You can have a private picnic under the shade of ancient trees, and listen to the merry chirping of cheerful birds. The cool river-breeze and the warm golden sun will seduce you into a serene stupor...
The Camel Trail of Cornwall runs along the delightful Camel Estuary. The pretty town of Wadebridge is right at the heart of this renowned cycling trail. You can hire bicycles from any of the riding-gear shops at Wadebridge, and set off for an exhilarating adventure. This 17 mile thrilling trail goes through the picturesque Padstow town, the Poleys Bridge and the quiet Bodmin Moor.
Along the way, youll get to admire the colourful charm of the Cornwall countryside, the picturesque rural scenes, and the air of peace and tranquillity. And youll also get to see a vivid variety of rare birds, butterflies, and wild blooms!
The ancient market town of Wadebridge is today an attractive potpourri of timeless tradition and modern pizzazz. You can get to see both, a marvellous fifteenth century 17-arch stone bridge, and also the most modern of boutiques. This town has something for everyone!
Shopping at Wadebridge is an absolute treat. You can spend hours at the various shops and boutiques. Youll find delightful little shops selling eclectic curios, and also high-end haute couture houses. Do make sure you visit the various workshops and galleries – youll get to see a whole range of Cornish arts and crafts. Pottery, painting, and furniture are some of amazing handicrafts of the creative and talented locals.
And at the lovely Town Hall, you can watch enthralling musicals, plays, and recitals. The local theatre groups, and the children clubs, will surely entertain you!