Priest cove The name is from the Cornish Porth Ust, the port or cove of St Just, which was shortened to Por’ Ust. The cove lies next to Cape Cornwall […]
The remains of St. Helen’s Oratory, which date back as far as Roman times is a tiny early Christian chapel located in a field at Cape Cornwall. An ancient cross […]
In the wake of storm Gareth
Perranporth (Cornish: Porthperan) is a small seaside resort town on Cornwall’s north coast. Perranporth has a fantastic beach stretching 3 miles. Plenty of golden sand and cliff walks to Perran Sands […]
Cadgwith is one of those Cornish fishing villages that time seems to have passed by. The beach is still very much the centre of the village with a small fleet […]
Coverack on the Lizard peninsula is a picturesque village and working harbour, with small fishing boats that regularly go out to collect the crab pots.
Porthoustock beach is located on the more sheltered eastern side of the Lizard peninsula a couple of miles from the village of St Keverne. Perhaps the most distinctive feature of Porthoustock […]
I cannot emphasise enough the need to take care when walking on the South West Coast Path or anywhere else, It is beautiful and stunning, but also rugged and, in […]