Stroll along The Camel Trail. The 18-mile route follows a disused railway line through the Cornish countryside. There are bike-hire shops near the start if you want to pedal along the trail. Unless you’ve gone for a morning at Tintagel, of course. Twenty-one miles north of Padstow, Padstow is rumoured to be where the legend of King Arthur was born, resurrected by Victorian poet Alfred Lord Tennyson in his Idylls of the King. The potential for fantastic stories and family games of noble knights and holy grails are endless, and the views are unfailingly stirring.