Explore Britain's magical and most southerly corner
Visit this wild headland made of ancient serpentine rock pushed up from the bottom of the ocean. Walk beautiful coastal paths by remote cliffs seas and beaches in Cornwall's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. See the Church of the Storms, the Cliffs of Doom, Helston's folk and craft museum and legendary Blue Anchor, Kestle Barton's eco-art gallery, ancient settlements nestled deep in the silence of this faraway land. The Lizard is place to lose yourself, perhaps to find something else. . .
Depending on your interests, availability and mobility, also tide times and weather on the day, we'll develop an itinerary that suits you perfectly. We may venture out to the awe-inspiring Kynance Cove, or dig for pirate treasure at Dollar Cove near the 13th Century 'Church of the Storms. We can see the latest show at the high end rural Kestle Barton art gallery, and scramble along the nearby Frenchman's Creek. We could drop by Roskilly's farm for the best organic ice cream in the land, or pop into the ancient and atmospheric Blue Anchor pub for a pint of their legendary Spingo beer, brewed right there onsite. If it's too wet for wandering we can take shelter in the amazing Helston Folk Museum to explore some of the cultural history of the area. . visit the ancient Trelowarren Estate, or the Marconi Centre at Poldhu Cove to discover the historical advances made in transatlantic radio communication. .
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 6 hours
This tour can be easily adapted to suit your availability and interests and our exciting Cornish weather, seasons and tides..
Cornwall is not large but can be difficult to navigate with narrow roads, steep slopes, crowds in peak season, farm traffic etc.
Comfortable hire vehicle and walking
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 pounds sterling - any refreshments
I am not a 'Blue Badge' Guide.