Nanjizal Beach, Cornwall, England This cave is known as the 'Song of the Sea'.' It lies on the East side of Nanjizal beach and has this spectacular pool at low water. Nanjizal lies half way between Porthcurno (Minack theatre) and Land's End in Cornwall. It can be only be reached by minimum of 20 minute walk.

Nanjizal Beach, Cornwall, England This cave is known as the 'Song of the Sea'.' It lies on the East side of Nanjizal beach and has this spectacular pool at low water. Nanjizal lies half way between Porthcurno (Minack theatre) and Land's End in Cornwall. It can be only be reached by minimum of 20 minute walk.

Porthcurno Cornwall: one of the best beaches in the UK

Beach of the Week: Porthcurno, Cornwall

St Michael's Mount, Cornwall. Visited here and walked to the island when the tide was out. A magical spiritual feeling on this island.

St Michael's Mount, Cornwall. Visited here and walked to the island when the tide was out. A magical spiritual feeling on this island.

Lantic Bay, Fowey, Cornwall, England. One of the best hidden beaches in England! To the west of wild Pencarrow Head, set just beneath the cliffs, walk down well made steps surrounded by wildflowers to discover two stunning beaches (Great Lantic and Little Lantic). At low tide there are lovely easy-access rock pools full of sea life and a good stretch of sand for playing on.

Lantic Bay, Fowey, Cornwall, England. One of the best hidden beaches in England! To the west of wild Pencarrow Head, set just beneath the cliffs, walk down well made steps surrounded by wildflowers to discover two stunning beaches (Great Lantic and Little Lantic). At low tide there are lovely easy-access rock pools full of sea life and a good stretch of sand for playing on.

St Nectan’s Glen & St Nectan's Kieve, Cornwall, UK. It is believed locally that the 6th century Saint Nectan had a hermitage above the waterfall, and rang a silver bell to warn ships of the dangers of offshore rocks at the mouth of the Rocky Valley during storms.

St Nectan’s Glen & St Nectan's Kieve, Cornwall, UK. It is believed locally that the 6th century Saint Nectan had a hermitage above the waterfall, and rang a silver bell to warn ships of the dangers of offshore rocks at the mouth of the Rocky Valley during storms.

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