Mousehole is picture perfect postcard cornish harbour and village with a fascinating history, legends and Christmas lights
Explore West Cornwall
Explore West Cornwall with local tips and seasonal snaps in my blogs. Follow the changing seasons as we visit the secluded hidden coves and beaches.
Enjoy visiting the beautiful fishing villages and harbour towns and the wild pagan lanscape of the Penwith moors.
Cape Cornwall towers above the sea, crowned by a statuesque mine chimney, with fabulous views from the summit back across the sea to Sennen and Land’s End.
Sennen Beach in February, with pale silky soft sands and relentless waves. Perfect to watch the surfers and iridescent plumes of vapour plunge to the shore
Logan Rock presides over a beautiful stretch of coastline with dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches
The Minack Theatre can only be described as a spectacular fantasy, a Cornish dream started by one woman Rowena Cade at the bottom of her garden. But a garden that just happened to lead to fabulous outcrops of rocks hovering over the silky white sands of Porthcurno sheltered by Logan Rock.
Explore some of the film locations of the famous Authoress Rosamunde Pilcher who grew up overlooking Lelant Saltings
I spent a happy hour walking under the ribbon of Christmas lights that canopied Fore Street in St Ives and made a lasting memory of Christmas magic
I think there’s something special about Christmas in a Penzance – a town that has stood almost unchanged through the centuries that has seen so many Christmases’ come and go like the tide in its harbour.
Take these three beach walks along the sea shore, as white rimmed waves dissolve at your feet and you will feel invigorated and renewed.
If you are planning to visit just one fishing village in Cornwall then make it Cadgwith sheltering in the lea of the most southerly point of The Lizard.