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The village of Perranporth on the north Cornwall coast was part tin mining industry, but today is a popular holiday resort with safe sandy beaches and is well known for its large waves making it a good spot for surfing. There are lovely cliff walks and caves to explore. North east of the village is The Piran Round which is an iron age hill camp. The area is also known as Poldark country as the author Winston Graham wrote his first Poldark novel whilst living in the village.
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