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All reviews national trust car park lands end snack van stunning views coast guard friendly lady golf club scilly isles rugged beauty narrow road waves crashing steep climb walk up the cliff coastal path basking sharks well worth the effort
Again national trust look after this area. Drive to the free car park at the end and there are lots of looking points.
Don't try the slopes they are very slippery.
The views at Cape Cornwall are staggering.
Scenic isn't strong enough it's staggering and...More
It seems a bit off road but with some of the best views in Cornwall well worth the effort. A huge house is the backdrop with a ruin chapel and a large car park. The sea and surrounding hills command many photos and the walk...More
Great swimming location. Watch out, the slip maybe slippery!
Go to St Just first and grab something to eat then on to Priests Cove (Cape Cornwall) to eat what you have brought (remember to take you your rubbish home with you).
Walk around to the...More
We found Cape Cornwall by chance a few years back. Now national trust there is also a golf course with a café. There is a big bay window where you can sit and watch the waves on a rough day. Food never fails to deliver...More
Owned and managed by the National Trust, Cape Cornwall is well worth a visit. A car park with toilet and refreshment facilities is a short stroll from the headland. Definitely worth visiting the little lookout station manned by very informative volunteers.
Amazing views from hotel modern swimming facility friendly staff very narrow roads in st just and cape Cornwall perfect for walking to lands end rugged landscaped golf course looking over the sea and coastal paths and disused mine's worth a visit
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It depends, I guess, which part you walk, and the children. The area around Kenidjack castle (ruin) has a path that is slightly inland...but with ocean views....walking toward the ruined mines and Botallack.....right up to... More
It depends, I guess, which part you walk, and the children. The area around Kenidjack castle (ruin) has a path that is slightly inland...but with ocean views....walking toward the ruined mines and Botallack.....right up to the mine buildings (or start near Botallack)....(reasonably flat) the track to get there from the cape is along the hillside (below part of the golf course) and narrow (single-file) but not a problem..then down across the valley and then back up the other side....sensible children who listen...not a problem. Views are awesome as is the beach.