I am a master's student in Oxford with 6 months left until graduation, but, unfortunately, I haven't had many chances to explore beautiful England due to covid. So, I've decided to go on a one-week road trip starting on April 12 because then many restrictions will be lifted in England.
My main interests are nature and sightseeing and I don't mind long drives.
After some research, I found the following Cornwall itinerary but I'm not sure whether it's suitable for this time of year and whether it encompasses the most scenic spots in the area.. so how would you change it?
Day 2 | Cadgwith Cove – Lizard’s Point – Kynance Cove
Day 3 | St Michael’s Mount – Land’s End
Day 4 | Sennen Cove – Cape Cornwall – Zennor
Day 7 | The Atlantic Highway
Also, there are many routes from Oxford to Lost Gardens of Heligan, which one is the most pleasurable, and are there places worth stopping at along this route?
If you don't think that Cornwall is a good idea, please let me know if there are alternative one-week, nature-focused, solo-friendly road trips in England that you recommend.
Note: a few days ago I made another post asking about a road trip in Wales but some respondents, who I'm grateful to, dissuaded me, and it seems like a good idea to postpone it, especially that England will allow outdoor dining while Wales will not (which is a deal-breaker for me as I'm traveling alone).