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Unit 2 Cornwall Part 1 of 2: Newquay – Fistral Beach – Surfing – Interview with Paul > DEMO-Content
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The south-west of England counts among the United Kingdom’s most popular holiday regions. We continue our journey westwards, towards Cornwall.
Picture #1: The picturesque fishing village Coverack in Cornwall / Picture #2: Lake Vicotria - the largest lake of Africa / Picture #3: The significant peak of the Matterhorn in Switzerland
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#6 Native-Speaker Commentary & Text
We continue our journey in a westerly direction, towards Cornwall. The south-west of England counts among the United Kingdom’s most popular holiday regions. Cornwall in particular, along with the counties of Somerset and Devon, attracts lots of tourists every year. This is due to the vast and magnificent sandy beaches in the south and the steep cliffs in the north of the peninsula on the one hand and to the large number of picturesque villages and towns with their striking Mediterranean atmosphere on the other.
There is no other town in England where the surging waves of the Atlantic Ocean are as powerful and beautiful as in Newquay. The place is a real paradise for surfers. The tourists’ enthusiasm for surfing also characterises the streets of he town centre: almost all sports shops sell surfboards and surfsuits. From the small ‘Junior Board’ to the large Boogie Board – the shops offer everything a surfer’s heart desires.