Harlyn Bay Beach, Cornwall - In 1865, a laborer found two thin lunulae buried on the beach. They are believed to be grave goods from the Bronze Age, since there are several burial mounds nearby. They represent the crescent horns of the moon and are supposedly of great ceremonial import.
Bedruthan Steps. - This is one of the most popular destinations on the Cornish coast, where spectacular clifftop views stretch across Bedruthan beach (not Trust-owned). The National Trust has rebuilt the cliff staircase to the beach, but visitors need to be aware of the risk of being cut off by the tide.