License: Creative Commons - Attribution-No Derivatives Author: Jim Roberts Gallery
Lands’ End Cornwall the most westerly point in mainland England has rugged wave lashed cliffs, stunning views, the Longships Lighthouse and Wolf Rock off shore and the Isles of Scilly in the distance. 2500 miles away across the Atlantic Ocean is America.
A mile or so up the coast is the unspoilt Cot Valley and Porth Nanven. Rarely visited but offering the chance to witness some of the best sunsets in Cornwall, as the sun an orange ball sets behind the Brisons, a group of rocks offshore. The Beach is littered with egg shaped granite boulders, the remains of a raised beach dating back to the last Ice Age 100,000 years ago. In spring the Cot Valley is a blaze of white and bluebells, the cliffs a display of pink thrift. In the evening pop over to the Open Air Minack Theatre at Porthcurno, with its secluded south facing beach, and see the show.
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