The Minack Theatre, Located on the Tintagel Castle Property, in Cornwall, United Kingdom...has the beautiful backdrop of the ocean.

The Minack Theatre, Located on the Tintagel Castle Property, in Cornwall, United Kingdom...has the beautiful backdrop of the ocean.

St. Ives, Cornwall,  this is a beautiful little place, stunning scenery and quaint little houses. I love the view across the bay.

The tin crowd: Going underground in the mines of Cornwall

St. Ives, Cornwall, this is a beautiful little place, stunning scenery and quaint little houses. I love the view across the bay.


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St Michael's Mount, Cornwall. Visited here and walked to the island when the tide was out.

St Michael's Mount, Cornwall. Visited here and walked to the island when the tide was out.

England - Cornwall - St. Ives. is a harbor town and resort, on the North Cornish Coast. The colourful Mediterranean atmosphere, maze of cobbled streets and jumble of fishermens cottages blend with an eclectic selection of shops, galleries and studios around the picturesque, working harbor. Photo by The Lookout St. Ives.

England - Cornwall - St. Ives. is a harbor town and resort, on the North Cornish Coast. The colourful Mediterranean atmosphere, maze of cobbled streets and jumble of fishermens cottages blend with an eclectic selection of shops, galleries and studios around the picturesque, working harbor. Photo by The Lookout St. Ives.

This stunning cave and rock pool on Nanjizal beach near Lands End leads out to the ocean through a natural archway known as the 'Song of the Sea', another of Cornwall's true gems! Photo - Jomega. #cornwall #uk #enngland

This stunning cave and rock pool on Nanjizal beach near Lands End leads out to the ocean through a natural archway known as the 'Song of the Sea', another of Cornwall's true gems! Photo - Jomega. #cornwall #uk #enngland

Read More About St Ives to Penzance Lands End Trail - Walking Holidays in England and Wales UK

Read More About St Ives to Penzance Lands End Trail - Walking Holidays in England and Wales UK

'Port Isaac doesn’t sound like a Cornish name, but it’s a corruption of Issick, meaning corn, which was exported from here in large quantities from medieval times onwards.

'Port Isaac doesn’t sound like a Cornish name, but it’s a corruption of Issick, meaning corn, which was exported from here in large quantities from medieval times onwards.

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