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.
Autumn can bring its own consolation with days of bright sunshine hen summer lingers on.
These balmy late summer days are just perfect to walk along the tranquil coastal footpaths and soak up the sun on the empty beaches
We explored Trebah garden again yesterday, as the golden leaves of autumn swirled around our feet. This magnificent garden is in a lush sheltered river valley running down to the sea and the garden coaxes you along its well manicured paths with all of the authority of a vintage Rolls Royce.
Kynance Cove truly does have a haunting beauty set below the undulating contours of enfolded green cliffs on the Lizard Peninsular. There is a soft sandy world of mysterious plazas, punctuated by towering stacks of gleaming dark serpentine, ready to explore Not to be missed when visiting Cornwall.
Explore the idyllic beaches and coves of a secret Cornwall just a comfortable stones throw away from the bustle of the tourism trail and yet a world apart.
As the winter days stretch out before us I’ve found myself looking fondly back to the memories of our autumn beach adventures.
Explore some of the pretty coves and villages on The Lizard and seek out the intriguingly named Gunwalloe Cove and Dollar Cove. Separated by the romantically named “The Church of Storms” Before travelling on to the popular beach of Poldhu fanious for the first radio signal
This week we visited the secret sandy bay just beyond Prussia cove, known as Kennegy Beach a beautiful cove of pristine golden sands framed by heathland with farmland dipping down to the cliffs edge
Portheras Cove is hauntingly beautiful and only reached by walking along the coast footpath. Just perfect for a secluded day on the beach