The Lizard, near Helston
We visited Lizard Point during out 2017 trip to Cornwall. We were staying at the Silver Sands campsite just 5 miles away. Upon arrival, we parked up at the Lizard Point car park. As we are National Trust members, there was no charge for parking.
From the carpark we walked down the hill, on the left we could see the Lizard Lighthouse. Further ahead on the left are the public toilets. We continued ahead on the path until we reached the ‘South West Coastal Path’, then we were looking out over Polbrean Cove.
We turned right along the coastal path, past ‘The Most Southerly House’. Staying left, hugging the coastline, we followed the winding path down to Polpeor Cove and the old lifeboat station. Next to the old lifeboat launch ramp is a small shingle beach. Here is where we discovered that our puppy was scared of the sea, but had her mind blown with excitement at being able to dig and roll in the shingles 😀
Lizard Point / National Trust.
Lizard Point is just one of hundreds of beautiful locations that is looked after by the National Trust. As a member you get free parking when you visit The Lizard. If you are not yet a member, click here to visit their website and check out the other advantages of joining the National Trust.
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