Leave the site for a road trip to Lands End, 5 mile journey south, turn left on B3306 turn right on A30, pass the first and last inn in England arrive use main car park, explore the headland.
Lands End is the most westerly point of mainland in Cornwall with its stunning untamed beautiful coastal landscapes. Use the coastal paths to explore the cliffs, plant life, and take in the views of the sea crashing onto Longships rocks. At the point there’s a tourist centre well worth a visit.
Continue journey to St Leven for 4 miles east on the A30 turn right a arrive, just pull over for a short visit explore the area.
A beautiful village on the sea with a fine beach, just half a mile south drop into Porthcumo the home of the famous Minack Open Air Theatre, cut out of the rocks constructed above a gully in the Porthcumo Bay. A great viewing point and for a small fee take a walk down the pathway and visit the site.
Continue journey to Lormorna Cove 7 miles northwest turn right on B3315 on Arrival, Park just a short stop’ to take in the area of natural beauty.
A fishing village and cove situated on the Penwith Pennisular and as the same status and protection as a National Park. Walk into the Millennium Park stroll round view the steams and plant life.
Continue journey to Mousehole just 3 miles southwest on the raginnis hill road on Arrival Park on the foreshore go and explore.
A fishing village with a port and the Penlee boat house, all can be viewed from the foreshore.