The Cornish Coast
Located at the south western extreme of mainland Britain, Cornwall forms a narrow peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic Ocean. The convoluted coast stretches almost 300 miles from Bude in the north, around Land's End and the Lizard Peninsula to Rame Head in the east. With such a long coastline there is a great diversity of scenery, from the rugged granite cliffs of West Cornwall to the expansive sandy beaches of the North Cornish Coast. From picture postcard fishing villages huddled around tiny harbours to the resort towns of Newquay and St Ives there is an abundance of places to visit and things to do.