After visiting Lands end and experiencing the commercialized exploitation of a natural beauty spot the Lizard is a perfect example of how to capitalise on the fantastic beauty of the Cornish coast without spoiling it. Views were fantastic and on the day we went the sea was a boiling cauldron caused by high winds and an impending storm. No cost for car parking (honesty box so you can contribute a suitable sum), and no entrance fee to walk down to the most Southerly point of mainland UK.
Coming back from the coast the village is scattered with cafes and souvenir shops most of which sell a great range of locally produced merchandise. I had a fabulous home cooked Cornish pasty.
Overall a great experience coming away with the feeling that you've seen something natural and spectacular without being ripped off
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