The Lizard Peninsula is Britain's most southerly point and
there is outstanding scenery here and great walking. There
are also a nice selection of beaches.
On the east coast of the Lizard are two small fishing villages
with small beaches at Porthallow
and also a large pebble beach at
Further south is the picturesque fishing village of Coverack
and there is a nice beach here. Further south-west are the
beaches at Kennack Sands
and at the picturesque fishing village of Cadgwith.
is suberb scenery around Lizard Point and there is a small
beach at Housel Bay.
the east coast of the Lizard there is great scenery and
a number of coves and beaches including the scenic Kynance
Cove, the harbour at Mullion
Cove, and then the sandy beaches at Polurrian
Cove, Poldhu Cove and
Church Cove. Further west
is the three mile stretch of Porthleven Sands, comprising
the beaches at Gunwalloe
Fishing Cove, Loe Bar
and Porthleven itself.
reach the Lizard take the B3297 from Redruth to Helston
or the A394 from Truro to Helston. At Helston take the A3083