Looking East over Pednvounder Beach with the 'Logan Rock' in the distance. Pednvounder Beach is approx. 10 minutes walk along the coast path from 'The Quarries'
Pednvounder beach at low water looking towards the 'Logan Rock' and Prye beach in the distance. Beaches don't come better than this anywhere!
Spectacular waves breaking on Porth Chapel Beach. Swimming on a day like this is for the serious swimmers only and is definitely not a day for paddling.
Looking West across Pednvounder Beach towards Porthcurno, and the famous Minack open air theatre. At low water on a 'spring tide' it is possible to walk across the sands to Porthcurno.
Porth Chapel Beach looking West.
Porth Chapel Beach looking East. These pictures were taken in the spring after a 'ground sea' All the rocks in the foreground are covered by sand in the summer months.
Pednvounder Beach. Two people take a stroll on the deserted beach. Pednvounder must be one of England's finest beaches. Simply 'paradise'.
Low water on the spring tides create superb beaches looking across the bay towards the distant Logan Rock.
Heather B on the local fishing boat 'Penny Lynn' as the sun sets on Porth Chapel beach.
Porthcurno beach looking towards The Minack Theatre on the headland.
Porthcurno beach with distant views towards the 'Logan Rock'
Sennen Cove looking North across Whitesand Bay. Sennen is a surfers paradise when the 'waves' are rolling in.
Emma enjoying the surf at Sennen Cove.
Rebekah seems to be a little more adventurous than her sister. When the sea and surf are like this, Sennen Beach is ideal for children.
New Years Eve 2005/06 and the sea pounds into Pedny.
New Years Day 2006. The seas have calmed down and we are on our way down to an empty beach.
Blue skies, sunshine and an empty beach - perfect start to 2006.
Moody view looking down the path to Pedny.
Jeff releases his giant party popper (more like a bomb). We are ready to drink the champagne and welcome in the New Year on Pedny.
We decided against a swim though! The sea looks tempting but was very cold.
Porthgwarra - A small fishing cove between Porthcurno and Lands End. Have a cup of tea, a sandwich, and a cake at Mary's hut.
Mousehole - Picturesque fishing village, The Ship Inn and good restaurants.
Lamorna Cove - Small fishing cove, The Wink Pub and cove cafe.
Lands End - Much commercialised now, but well worth a visit - some interesting displays and spectacular cliff top scenery. Firework displays every Tuesday and Thursday evenings throughout August.
St Just - Centre of the old mining district, pubs, shops, post office, Co-op.
Pendeen - Geevor and Levant mines, lighthouse and rugged north coast cliff top scenery.
Zennor - Unspoilt village on the north coast with small local history museum and granite church.
St Ives - Famous Tate gallery and beautiful beaches, very popular seaside town and artists colony.
St Michael's Mount - Home of Lord St Levan. Visit the mount by foot at low tide and by ferry boats at high tide.
Penberth Cove - Small unspoilt fishing cove 3/4 mile from Treen.
Minack Theatre - Unique open air theatre with the Atlantic ocean as a back drop. Performances run from May to September with cafe and restaurant open all year round.
Logan Rock - 'Rocking Stone' on the headland accessed from the coastal path at Treen.
Scilly Isles - Scillonian ferry from Penzance harbour, Helicopter from Penzance or the Sky Bus from Lands End airport.
Ancient Granite Churches - at St Levan, Sennen, St Buryan, St Just, and Zennor. Also, ancient standing stones and circles dotted around the area.
Sennen Cove - Beautiful surfing beach, lifeboat station, sandy bay, beach shop and cafe - ideal for children.
Logan Rock Inn - Treen - Good food and beer, all within staggering distance of 'The Quarries'