The walk from Land’s End, the most south-westerly point in Britain, to Sennen Cove is one of my favourites. Land’s End, despite the ugly tourist attractions, is still a lovely place with some gorgeous views and the walk across the cliffs, just metres from huge drops at times, is stunning.
This look out point is fantastic for spotting whales, dolphins and seals (and pirates?). We weren’t lucky enough to catch sight of any, but apparently just missed a huge pod of dolphins by a few hours. It is run by National Trust volunteers and the lady that was staffing the station at the time was incredibly enthusiastic about all things Cornish, fish and cliff related. Keep up the good work!
When you reach the look out point it gives you the perfect view looking down in to Sennen and on a hot day like this you know an ice-cream isn’t far away.
Sennen Cove is a lovely town with a beautiful, working harbour that pulls in fresh fish and crab each day.
As in every beach spot in Cornwall you’ll find a mix of new and experienced surfers taking advantage of the waves.
Is there a better sight at the English seaside than the one below? Kelly’s of course.