Land’s End is the most westerly point of mainland England and one of the country’s most famous landmarks. The 200 foot high granite cliffs offer spectacular views across the rugged Cornish coastline and the Atlantic Ocean. The area is known for its famous sign post, excellent walking routes, and bustling wildlife. Discover things to do in Land’s End with St Ives Penzance.
There’s lots of exciting things to do in and round the area such as a visit to the famous Minack Theatre in Porthcurno, or a trip to the Geevor Tin Mine near Trewellard. There is also lots of great surfing spots like Sennen Cove and Gwynver Beach as well as dog friendly beaches such as Penberth Cove and Pedn Vounder Beach.
Land’s End is situated on the Penwith Heritage Coast, one of twelve Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Cornwall. This sparsely populated Peninsula is known for it’s rugged coastline and high cliffs as well as being a major part of the Cornwall’s mining heritage. The West Penwith Heritage Coast is home to many other quaint Cornish villages and hamlets such as St Just, Sennen, Porthcurno, Lamorna, and Mousehole as well as many famous Cornish mines such as Geever and Botallack. The nearest major towns to Land’s End are Penzance and St Ives and both are in a perfect location to explore the peninsula.
There is a host of options for accommodation when holidaying in Land’s End, with a range of great accommodation only a short drive away, from luxury boutique hotels in St Ives, to cosy self catering cottages in Mousehole.