Charles loves to visit the numerous Neolithic and early Bronze Age sites in West Cornwall and I love to see the Cornish heathland clothed in the vibrant swathes of heather and gorse at this time of the year and so it was an easy decision to combine the two, while choosing places within easy striking […]
places to see
The secluded, sub tropical Cot Valley, leads to raised beach formed in the last Ice age – just perfect to explore.
The raw power of the Atlantic meets the English Channel in this, the most westerly point of the UK: – Land’s End in Cornwall. Land’s End is so well known throughout the world. It is arguably the one destination that all of our visitors have plans to visit at one point in their stay in Cornwall.
An introduction to the ancient places of West Cornwall
Part II of the Penwith Tour explores the winding lanes of cornwall that follow the coast passed stone circles and sleepy fishing coves
The walks east to Prussia cove and west to Marzion from Perranuthnoe along the coastal footpath