Tourism bodies in Cornwall say they are expecting a huge boost to 'staycations' following the Brexit vote.
Hotels, attractions and businesses claim more people will opt for a holiday on British shotes due to the value of the pound plummeting.
The region is also gearing itself up for a large influx of foreign visitors, attracted by the favourable exchange rate.
Towns like Newquay, St Ives, Falmouth and Penzance - which rely heavily on tourism - are expected to be among the largest beneficiaries.
The financial boost could also compensate for a funding shortfall in the county, which has averaged £60m per year over the past 10 years, following the vote to leave the European Union.
Susan Deakin, the manager at Newquay Tourism Information Centre, said enquires about visiting the region had already shot up following the Brexit vote.
Malcolm Bell, the chief executive of Visit Cornwall, also believes the region could see an increase in tourism in the short term providing the country doesn't slip into another recession.