Mainland Britain's most southerly point, where the Atlantic meets the English Channel and home to Lizard lighthouse. Lizard Point marks the start and end of many journeys not just for people but also for the abundant visiting wildlife.
Often voted one of the best beaches in the world Kynance, hidden away in a corner on The Lizard, provides white sand, turquoise sea, caves to explore among the giant towering serpentine stacks and an award winning cafe.
Mullion Cove is home the historic Mullion Harbour, once a busy port but now only used by a few local boats. In the summer the cove is bustling with activity as well as local wildlife, in the winter the harbour walls are battered by the force of the Atlantic.
Nestled into the cliff lies a medieval church surrounded by two popular beaches. The area, once the location of one of Cornwall's oldest settlements, is also home to an important reed bed abundant with bird life.
Acres of parkland and woodland meet the coast at Loe Bar all set within an historic landscape with Loe Pool at it's heart. Penrose has over 12km of footpaths and bridleways to explore on foot or by bike and a cafe at the Stables to enjoy the parkland views from with a cup of tea.
The east coast of The Lizard is often referred to as the quieter side and with it's wooded valleys and hidden coves it's easy to understand why. Poltesco, one of our special places on the east coast, offers quiet woodland and coastal paths to explore the valley abundant with wildlife, where nature is slowly taking over what once was a very industrial landscape.
Teneriffe farm campsite is one of the most southerly campsites in mainland Britain, with large pitches suitable for caravans, campervans and motorhomes, and tents and electric hook-ups available. The campsite also has the most southerly pods in Britain for those less happy to rely on the English weather.