Have you ever seen a cake of the South West coast?

From Land’s End in Cornwall to Brownsea Island, the South West coast in all its glory… as cake. But looking at the detail, do you know where’s where? Here’s our handy guide to five places to discover on the South West Coast.

St Michael's Mount, part of the SW Coast cake

St Michael’s Mount 

Take a boat or walk across the causeway at low tide to St Michael’s Mount Island. Discover a medieval church, castle and a small community of people who live on the island.

Orcombe point on the South West coast cake

Orcombe Point 

This white pyramid of stone (known as a Geoneedle) marks the most westerly board of the Jurassic coast. It’s located near Exmouth.

Brownsea Island on the South West coast cake

Brownsea Island 

Famous for red squirrels, a thriving lagoon and Scouting, Brownsea Island is located near Poole. It's a favourite for wildlife lovers, and home to a huge variety of birds.

Studland Beach on the South West coast cake

Studland Beach 

Along the Purbeck coastline are the wide stretching beaches and rugged heathland of Studland Beach. Explore for walks, water sports and (the inspiration for the cake) a nudist beach.

Kynance Cove on the SW coast cake

Kynance Cove 

Along the most southerly part of The Lizard peninsula is Kynance Cove. Perfect spot for kayaking and wildlife spotting.