Far-west Cornwall


It may be close to home but it’s worth driving around west Cornwall – including Land’s End – taking in the tiny hamlets with great names (Zennor and Morvah, for example). There are ancient granite hedges ready to give you a scrape if you’re distracted – and those views really do distract. Plus old tin mines, wild countryside dotted with farms and cottages and, to cap it all, that backdrop of the wild Atlantic. It’s worth parking and taking a short walk to the clifftops, if you want to feel even further away from civilisation.There’s a breathtaking vista at every turn.


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