• John Oyston

Picture Profile The Cornwall Coastline

Cross the River Tamar from Devon and you are in the old Celtic kingdom of Kernow (or Cornwall as it is now better known).


Cornwall is a peninsula over 80 miles long with stunning coastlines on three sides. Long golden beaches are a magnet for surfers but divers, anglers, walkers and cyclists will all enjoy the varied beauty of the Cornish Coast.


For more information Visit Cornwall or 100 Days Out in South West England


St Ives
St Ives Photo Nana B Agyei under a Creative Commons License



Lands' end, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Land’s End, Cornwall, Photo Giuseppe Milo under a Creative Commons License



Crown Engine Houses, Botallack, West Cornwall
Botallack, Cornwall Photo Tony Armstrong under a Creative Commons License


Sunset in Bude, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Sunset in Bude Photo Giuseppe Milo under a Creative Commons License



Crackington Haven, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Crackington Haven, Photo Giuseppe Milo under a Creative Commons License

Sunset in Marazion, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Sunset in Marazion, Cornwall, Photo Giuseppe Milo under a Creative Commons License


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