West Cornwall near St. Just
Bosavern House - Guesthouse with 'Secret Garden' Campsite
The old country house dates back to the 17th century
Secret Garden Campsite - 12 cozy pitches
And another one.
Local produce at community farmshop nextdoor
Lands End airport was only four miles away
Common Darter Dragonfly
Afternoon stroll to Porth Nanvern Beach
Porth Nanvern - one of a number of raised beaches in the UK; also named Cot Valley beach or Dinosaur egg beach.
Approx. 120 000 years ago, the sea level was much higher, leaving behind a 'raised beach'.
Close up of the raised beach
Ready for a bit of srambling
Children at Porth Nanvern
Seagull against raised beach backdrop
Testing the new trekking sandals
Lush Cot Valley
One of many tin mining relics
Cornwall's old tin mines are the UK's largest World Heritage Site
Chilling at the campsite
St. Michael's Mount
People queing for the ferry
Pilgrim's steps leading up to the castle.
Found it! The 'Giant's Heart'
View to the mainland
Another view to the mainland
Tourists making their way to the castle
Not too bad a selfie
Bird's eye view on gardens
And another one
Allegedly the archangel appeared in the year 495 to local fishermen
Celtic cross on cementary chapel
The outgoing tide lets the causeway emerge
People making their way to the mainland on the emerging causeway
And so do we.
Approaching Land's End from Sennen Cove
Blooming Heather and Broom