There are heaps of gorgeous places to visit in Cornwall, including some of the UK’s most iconic sights.
A cobbled causeway connects the tidal island to the mainland which you can walk at low tide. At high tide pay a small fee to arrive or depart the isle by ferryboat.
Ask anyone which places to visit in Cornwall and you’ll be told St Ives, the most captivating of Cornish harbour towns. I’d have to agree.
The 630-mile long path runs through four UK counties; Somerset, Cornwall, Devon and Dorset and is one of the longest walks in the world.
The Minack Theatre is carved directly into the cliff-face and is a top Cornish attraction.
Lizard Point is the most southerly point in the UK and is wildly beautiful in both good weather and bad.
Kynance Cove is at its best in the sunshine at low tide when the white sands contrast with the emerald carpeted Asparagus Island and clear azure waters.
Pronounced Mow-zel, is one of the prettiest fishing villages in Cornwall and sits on the western shore of Mount’s Bay near Penzance.