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Penberth Cove - the perfect destination after a relaxing walk along the cliff-tops and through the fields.

Penberth Cove - the perfect destination after a relaxing walk along the cliff-tops and through the fields.

Pentewan Trail cycle route

Pentewan Trail cycle route

Ruggedly beautiful, Northcott Mouth Cornwall is a rocky cove, but a sandy beach emerges when the tide is out. At low tide, the wreck of the SS Belem is revealed. Wrecked in November 1917, the propeller shaft was salvaged and used as a metal support for Barrel Rock at the end of Bude Breakwater. Northcott Mouth sits at the southern-most end of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that stretches along the north coast of Cornwall to the Devon border. The South West Coast Path…

Ruggedly beautiful, Northcott Mouth Cornwall is a rocky cove, but a sandy beach emerges when the tide is out. At low tide, the wreck of the SS Belem is revealed. Wrecked in November 1917, the propeller shaft was salvaged and used as a metal support for Barrel Rock at the end of Bude Breakwater. Northcott Mouth sits at the southern-most end of a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that stretches along the north coast of Cornwall to the Devon border. The South West Coast Path…

St. Levan's Church, St Levan, Cornwall. A medieval church heavily rebuilt in the 12th century + extended in the 15th century. St Levan (properly Selevan, a Celtic form of Solomon) according to the Life of St Kybi was a Cornishman + the father of Kybi. On the cliff at St Levan is St Levan's Well + below it the probable remains of his chapel, described by William Borlase in his Antiquities. The tower contains three bells dating from 1641, 1754 and 1881.

St. Levan's Church, St Levan, Cornwall. A medieval church heavily rebuilt in the 12th century + extended in the 15th century. St Levan (properly Selevan, a Celtic form of Solomon) according to the Life of St Kybi was a Cornishman + the father of Kybi. On the cliff at St Levan is St Levan's Well + below it the probable remains of his chapel, described by William Borlase in his Antiquities. The tower contains three bells dating from 1641, 1754 and 1881.

garden at Cape Cornwall

garden at Cape Cornwall

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