After our niece’s wedding, we spent a week in Cornwall. We stayed in a converted barn on a small farm near the tiny village of Kerris. On our first trip, we went to see Land’s End, the southernmost tip of England. The top photo shows a cove by the promontory of Lands End.
We parked at Sennen village and hiked along the coastal footpath to Land’s End (it’s less crowded and parking is cheaper!).
View of Sennen Beach
The coastal paths have
wonderful views of the cliffs and sea. The hills are covered in purple heather
and yellow gorse flowers.
Here’s a closeup of pretty heather flowers.
Land’s End has several cafes, restaurants, and tourist shops. It also houses a noteworthy relic, the First and Last Post Box.
The rocky seashore includes fascinating natural phenomena like this rock arch in the cliff adjacent to Land’s End.
If you missed Part 1, look here - https://auroraspringer.blogspot.com/2023/08/our-trip-to-britain-in-august-2023-part.html