Three short walks (or one longer one) exploring the spectacular views over Mounts Bay. This week our walk continues from Prussia cove to Porthlevan and finds some glorious, hidden coves along the way.
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
Prussia Cove has a special quiet secluded atmosphere, set on the Porth-an Als Estate at the end of a winding lane and once famous for smuggling
Prussia cove – famous as the smugglers haunt most notably of John Carter the self styled Prince of Prussia. Follow the history in these turbulent times that stretched from Cornwall to France and over to America