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We walked from Housel Bay Hotel a long the coast to keynance cover, took over an hour but a beautiful walk and the scenery if gorgeous. Disappointed that when we got to the cover expecting to be able to get refreshments at the cafe as...More
Came here with my wife as we are on holiday in the area. What a fabulous place. Superbly run by the national trust. Great place to visit (far far better than the nearby Lands End).
Views to die for - we could have watched the...More
We visited the Lizard in late January on a day when only a couple of other hardy souls ventured out to the coast. It was well worth the effort to see the winter sun playing on the water around the rocks. Easy access for those...More
Lizard point is the most Southern beach in the UK. Real golden sand of the highest quality in the world. Lizard is usually warm. There are rocks along the beach. The negative is watch the tides. If you swim out you must be a strong...More
We’ve been coming to this beach for 25 years, though it’s been about 8 years since our last visit it’s outstanding beauty takes your breath away as you see it for the first time.
But at the time we visited in July it was just...More
Lizard Point, beautiful. As for Kynance Cove I think I need to go just an hour later - apparently the picturesque ‘Caribbean’ type scenes are only during low tide... I kept track of it online and thought half hour or so wouldn’t make a difference...More
The Lizard is just stunning, amazing views, coastal scenery fabulous walks for miles. You can spot various birds, seals, porpoises, dolphins you name it. Two cafes if you need refreshments at the Lizard. Kynance cove was a short drive away from the lizard (I’m sure...More