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In the Penwith district of Cornwall, UK, Penzance is a town, civil parish and port. Penzance is Cornwall's largest and most westerly borough. There are a variety of unique features in Penzance's previous main street, Chapel Street, such as the Egyptian Building, the Union Hotel, and a Georgian theatre, that is no longer in use as well as Branwell House, which was once home to the mother and aunty of the famed Brontë sisters. In certain parts of the town, Regency as well as Georgian terraces and houses are usual. There is a huge range of tender trees and shrubs in the surrounding sub-tropical Morrab Gardens, most of which can not be grown outdoors anywhere else in the UK. The beach with its promenade and the open-air Jubilee Bathing Pool is also of significance (one of the oldest surviving Art Deco swimming pools in the country)
Penzance is West Cornwall's primary tourism and market area. This coastal area is full of history, yet offering tourists all the amenities of modernity. There's so many amenities for visitors, varying from old monuments & cultural monuments to scenic beaches and hills & villages for fishing. Penzance provides visitors and holidaymakers lots of holiday accommodation such as static caravans and lodges available to hire.
The waters is safe and pure throughout the coastline and the beaches win awards annually for their services and their tidiness. With broad sand softly moulding into welcoming water, most of the beaches are perfect for families and friends. The lifeguards patrol each of the busy area's throughout the year. a There are fun activities such as surfing and wind-surfing for adventure sports lovers, while surfing is common in Mounts Bay, with frequent tournaments being held.
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