What is the Great Atlantic Way?

What is different about
the visitor experience?
  - house of the elements
  - hubs & lifestyle houses
  - without the car

What is the purpose?

Where is the Great Atlantic Way?

Why is it important?

How does it help public
authority strategies?

Where are we now?

What’s next?

Who are the stakeholders?

Who is leading the project?

What do people say?

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Lifestyle houses and transport hubs

Throughout the 500 square miles on North Cornwall there will be twelve or more visitor locations linked by existing paths and roads, new routes and remodelled pathways such as the pilgrim routes, canal paths and cycle ways.

At each of these hubs, called “life style houses” (working generic title) the public will gain insights into the many aspects of Cornish heritage and will learn about the lives and values of those who have been moulded or inspired by the special Atlantic landscape - the fisherman, the farmer, the writer, the painter, the surfer, the cook, and many more.

These visits can be experienced as a total journey over several days, stopping at nearby accommodation - farms, bed & breakfasts, hotels - or they can be individual trips as and when the visitor chooses.


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