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Perranuthnoe

Perranuthnoe's golden sandy beach known locally as Perran Sands

The unspoilt sandy beach below Perranuthnoe sheltered by Cudden Point

Perranuthnoe lies in a secluded corner of Mounts bay, tucked at the bottom of a valley just above the sea. Most visitors miss Perranuthnoe as the race along the A394 to explore between The Lizard and Land’s End but for those that do spot the narrow lane turning of the main “A” road, well it leads down to a sandy beach, a peaceful unspoilt village of traditional Granite Farmhouses and cottages, all clustered below the square church tower and it is just waiting to be found.

In this  blog I  explore the beaches and coves within walking distance of Ednovean Farm, a little of the history of Perranuthnoe and the lives that shaped the landscape over time

  1. Perranuthnoe’s beaches and Coves
  2. Perranuthnoe – a brief history of the village
  3. Perranuthnoe church
  4. Shops and Galleries
  5. Tin and silver mines around Perranuthnoe
  6. Places to eat
  7. Walking from Perranuthnoe
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