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We’ve been coming to this beach for 25 years, though it’s been about 8 years since our last visit it’s outstanding beauty takes your breath away as you see it for the first time.
But at the time we visited in July it was just...More
Lizard Point, beautiful. As for Kynance Cove I think I need to go just an hour later - apparently the picturesque ‘Caribbean’ type scenes are only during low tide... I kept track of it online and thought half hour or so wouldn’t make a difference...More
The Lizard is just stunning, amazing views, coastal scenery fabulous walks for miles. You can spot various birds, seals, porpoises, dolphins you name it. Two cafes if you need refreshments at the Lizard. Kynance cove was a short drive away from the lizard (I’m sure...More
What a beautiful photogenic part of Great Britain!
If you haven’t visited this part of Cornwall you are missing a gem for unspoilt natural scenery and lovely walks. Make sure you visit Anne’s Pasties too for the best Cornish pasties on the planet!!
While traveling our "Poldark" trip to Conwell, we visited these locations. We went to Kynance Cove on two occasions, High Tide and Low Tide, equally beautiful. Lizard Point is both interesting and beautiful with small shops and restaurants. They are a very short distance apart....More
If you go down the steps at kynance cove, be wary that it's not easy to then get onto the beach. You need to climb over loads of rocks so this is not ideal for people who are not good on their feet. The beach...More
Kynance Cove is beautiful, but be warned it is a long walk from the car park to the beech. The views from the Lizzard are the best to be found. Have coffee or a meal at Polpeor Cafe, sit on the terrace at the back...More
You've got to see this place. Words will not do it justice. We were very luck to visit during a heat wave at the height of summer and the scenes were unbelievable! A lovely descending walk down the hillside leading to picturesque coves with golden...More