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The Lizard

Full Day Tour up to 4 guests £375 and 5-6 guests £420

We can start this full day tour driving the narrow winding road to the Lizard passing Dollar cove which gets its name from the silver dollars that occasionally get found on the beach from a 17c Spanish shipwreck just offshore, the neighbouring Church cove, Gunwalloe takes its name from St Winwaloe church originally known as the church of storms.

Following the road our next stop will take us to the very picturesque harbour of Mullion cove which lies within an area of outstanding natural beauty and steeped in smuggling history, hear the stories of how they brought their contraband from Europe and beyond.

From here we will head along the coast to Kynance Cove one of the most photographed spots in Cornwall, famed for its turquoise waters and white sand beach.

We will now continue along the road to Lizard point which is the most Southerly point in mainland Britain and a great place for some lunch and some seal spotting & maybe a Cornish chough.

Our next village is Cadgwith, one of my personal favourites with its many thatched cottages nestled around the natural harbour and the colourful fishing fleet hauled up onto the pebble beach which is a great spot for a picture or two and a Cornish ice cream.

If time permits on the day we also have the opportunity to visit:

• Signal hill, Poldhu Cove Beach where Marconi made his first transatlantic wireless contact with Newfoundland in 1901.

• Porthleven: a larger town with galleries and eateries situated around the harbour.

• Falmouth: Which is as the name suggests at the mouth of the River Fal and the 3rd deepest natural harbour in the world, it also has Pendennis castle which was built in 1540 by Henry V111.

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