Lamorna Cove is a rocky beach on the Penwith Peninsula, near Land’s End, in Cornwall. The narrow lane to the sea runs through a wooded valley and is lined with several historic cottages. At the end of the lane, an ancient harbour overlooks a pebble shore. The small quay is still used by a small number of fishermen, but is not well protected from the elements, and boats often have to be dragged up the slipway, to safety.

The South West Coast Path runs right past holiday cottages in Lamorna Cove, east towards Mousehole and west towards Porthcurno. A walk on this world-famous route is highly recommended, with towering cliffs, secluded beaches and breathtaking views along the coast. Look out for Carn Barges, a craggy tor which was the subject of a painting by Samuel Birch.

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