Sennen Cove, at the very furthest tip of the Cornish Peninsular is a fabulous location for a holiday. It has a broad sweeping sandy beach, perfect for sun seekers, surfers and anglers. It has all the ingredients too, for the little ones, with white sand, pools and streams for endless play. Dolphins, seals and basking sharks are regularly seen. The small village stretched along the level seafront has a very good pub, restaurant, cafés, galleries and shops. Linked to the coastal path the cliff walks in both directions allow access to some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in the world.
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Treen in the far western parish of St Levan, is a small unspoilt village nestling in the hills on the side of the Penberth valley . Within walking distance, along stunning coastal paths are the fishing cove of Penberth and Porthcurno’s sandy bay. It is a designated area of “outstanding natural beauty”. Porthcurno has recently been listed in The Times as one of the top ten beaches in the world. With seven additional beaches being within a few minutes drive from Treen and the village boasting a highly popular country pub the area is an ideal one for all ages and interests.
Mackerel catchers at the cove
Spring in Penberth
Pedny beach looking towards the Logan Rock
Pedny beach looking towards the Minack Theatre