The highest Highland compared to the nearby highlands, Land’s End is a headland located in western Cornwall England. The headlands close to it are Pedn-men-dhu that overlooks Sennen Cove and Pordenack. The area around Land’s End is a designated part of an Important Plant Area due to its rare species of Flora found there.
The unique wildlife found at Land’s End includes a number of marine lives. You might just get lucky and get to see a Minke Whale or a dolphin. You can also see Gannets around. A number of other water animals are also available at Grey seals. The closest beach to Land’s End is the Sennen Beach.
Things to do:
South West Coast Path:
It is a 3-mile walk along the South West Coast from Lands End to Sennen Cove. It has a spectacular view as well as amazing wildlife and historic sites to look at.
The Relentless Sea:
A huge tourist attraction. As Land’s End is literally the end of England, it attracts a lot of attention. The sea here has its own story to tell as people come to witness the spectacular waves crashing on the jagged rock formations.
On the immediate north of Land’s End, Sennen Beach is a great place to surf. There is a surfing centre there as well for beginners.
A great place for children. Here, they can feed common farm animals which we know they’ll love.
Land’s End, Cornwall, TR19 7AA, United Kingdom