This exhilarating tour commences on the Lizard Peninsula, the tip of which is the UK’s most Southerly point. Port Leven is first stop, home to one of the most photgraphed clock towers’ in the country, in particular when its stormy weather. Down the coast and we arrive at Church of St Winwaloe known also as “Church of the storm” (if we arrive on a windy day it will take your breath away!). A quick visit to Kynance Cove is recommended due to its spectacular views and unusually located cafe. Onwards to the actual peninsula where just for a moment you could be the most southerly person in the UK in addition its home to the incredible Lizard Lighthouse built on a scale rarely seen, the original RNLI station built in 1924 and the new one which replaced it in 2010 precariously perched (it seems) on the edge of the cliff. Travelling North we visit Cadgwith, the fishing port where time stood still and then on a totally different scale to Falmouth, a diverse coastal town steeped in history and home to Royal Navy Fleet Auxiliary. Time allowing, a trip on the King Harry ferry is always a treat as is a visit to the small but beautiful St Mawes .
This adventure is perfect for individuals and small groups, and can be tailored for:
- Charity fundraising
- Dog Friendly
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