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Coromandel Peninsula holidays - Gorgeous, lesser-known and enticing
Forming more than 400km of the north-eastern coast of New Zealand, the Coromandel Peninsula is an idyllic collection of misty kauri forests, rural farmland and tropical beaches. Often bypassed en-route to some of the better-known household names, the Coromandel region is truly breath-taking and worthy of exploring. This is a truly beautiful destination that deserves to be recognised.
An artistic destination with a relaxed ambience
With artists and craftspeople flocking to the Coromandel area and calling it home, there’s also a stimulating cultural side that makes it a great place to explore as well as admire.
Filled with charming towns, rich history and interesting people, Coromandel hosts an awe-inspiring array of must-see attractions and unforgettable experiences.
Bisected by jagged mountains into two regions, you can either explore the laid-back eastern side that’s brimming with white sandy beaches or the historic western side.
Why visit the Coromandel Peninsula?
- Coromandel has countless natural attractions so it’s an ideal choice if you want to admire the scenery that New Zealand is famous for
- The gorgeous sandy coastline makes this a great setting for a relaxed tropical beach break
- The historic town of Thames is just 90 minutes from Auckland, so you can combine a city escape with your holiday
- Creatively-speaking, Coromandel has a wealth of fascinating artists and craft-makers who welcome you to learn more about their work
- Hiking trails are abundant here – head along some of the inland bush walks to witness the towering kauris