Lizard Point

Dramatic cliffs shaped by the Atlantic. The Lizard features white beaches, turquoise seas and unique nature.

Lizard Point

Things to see and do

Volunteer show visitors the local wildlife at Lizard Point

Lizard Point Wildlife Watchpoint 

Run by a wonderful team of volunteers, join us at this ideal location to spot grey seals, Cornish choughs and other passing seabirds and marine mammals. Open every day, 11-3pm until Sunday 30 October 2022 (weather permitting).

Visitors at the derelict lifeboat station at Polpeor Cove, Lizard Point, Cornwall

Lizard Peninsula  

Signage across the Lizard Peninsula coast path have been improved thanks to this funding. With miles of coast and countryside, beaches, wildlife and history, the Lizard Peninsula is a special place to visit and explore. Home to mainland Britain's most southerly point, some of the nicest and lesser known beaches in Cornwall and some completely unique wildlife there really is something for everyone.

Man with drone

Flying Drones  

Drones can only be flown if special permission has been given prior to your visit. This area has delicate habitats and wildlife being a National Nature Reserve, and we ask that you don't fly your drones in this area. Click here for information about the National Trust's policy on the use of drones.

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