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Europe » United Kingdom » England » Cornwall » Lizard July 6th 2014

Be careful what you do or who you speak to, the seagulls of Cadgwith, Cornwall love a Sunday morning gossip.... read more

Europe » United Kingdom » England » Cornwall » Lizard July 6th 2014

The hussle and bussle of city life is completely non-existent here in the fishing village of Cadgwith; no supermarkets, no streetlights, and barely any phone signal. This small and beautiful village is purely based upon local produce, and that's how the community like it. The Cadgwith Fish Seller makes the most of the natural resources in a part of Britain well known for its quality and quantity of fish. Seagulls dominate the wildlife and the leftover crabs legs and various lobster pots in the dock portray the typical stunning seaside village. According to the locals, some may be lucky enough to witness some Basking Sharks and dolphins! In the village shop The Crow's Nest Art Gallery, next to the fishmongers, I met a lovely lady who explained how the products are all locally made, ... read more
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Europe » United Kingdom » England » Cornwall » Lizard January 10th 2011

Lizard Point, Britain’s most southerly point, offers dramatic cliff walks, wild flowers, and geological features, which is accessible by the First T34 bus running from Redruth to Lizard Town via Helston. In 1991, the National Trust gained the ownership of Lizard Peninsula and Kynance Cove. As a consequence, the footpaths and signposts for Lizard Point, Kynance Cove and other directions have been established as well as historical buildings and monuments being restored and maintained. While walking on the coastal paths, it is always advisable to follow the footpath all the time for safety reasons. It is rather windy and people may get slipper and it would cause them to have rather serious injury or possibly lose their life if they drop to the rugged coastline. Both Lizard Town and Lizard Point have several cafes and restaurants, ... read more
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