Furthest west - the scenic Cape Cornwall just to the west of Botallack, crowned by a mine chimney. Until two centuries ago this cape was considered to be the Land`s End Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2285245/Cornwall-tin-mines-How-quest-metal-took-men-just-feet-ocean-floor.html#ixzz2MO6tF7EH
Porthkidney Beach near St Ives Cornwall. Dog friendly all year but dogs are required to be kept on a lead on the footpath leading from St Uny Church to Porthkidney Sands
The Hayle Estuary, Cornwall. best pasties in Cornwall at Phelps, beautiful beaches and within easy reach of countless great places including St Ives, Sennen Cove, Lands End and more.
Lands End . by Debbie Eyles
ZENNOR: 'It is a most beautiful place — a tiny granite village nestling under high, shaggy moor-hills, and a big sweep of lovely sea beyond, such a lovely sea, lovelier even than the Mediterranean.’ D.H. Lawrence wrote that in 1916 and the place hasn’t changed since. Lawrence’s stay ended badly when he and his German wife Frieda (arguing fiercely) were suspected of being spies and drummed out of the village.' ✫ღ⊰n