Cornwall's Lands End and Lizard Peninsulas

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St Ives a haven for artist's, attributed to the quality of it's light, is the gateway to the Lands End Peninsula with its unspoilt heather covered moors, rugged granite cliffs and the winding houses and chimneys, relic's left from a bygone age of tin mining. Stunning views from headlands at Zennor, Pendeen, Cape Cornwall, Land's End, Gwennap, Tater-Due and Carn-Du.

Magical Coves at Sennen and Lamorna. The Minack open air Theatre perched high on the cliff edge at Porthcurno. Mousehole is a very picturesque little fishing village. St Michaels Mount reached by boat, from Marazion at high water and by causeway at low water.

The Lizard coast is littered with coves such as Kynance and Church Cove, where the church is actually on the beach! Thatched cottages set around coves at Mullion and Cadgwith.

The Helford River creeks reach inland to Gweek and Constantine. The interesting sea port of Falmouth.

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