Famous for its pirates, Penzance is a historic port on the south facing shores of Mount’s Bay, the town has an abundance of palm trees and gardens with sub-tropical plants, with St Michael’s Mount out to sea in the distance. Wander the town’s streets and you’ll come across the fabulously decorated Egyptian House, the statue of local hero Sir Humphry Davy (pioneer of mine safety) and art galleries, book sellers and new age shops which add a slightly bohemian feel. Mousehole is a popular fishing village with charm and beauty. Its picturesque harbour is surrounded by narrow streets and along the harbour road you’ll find galleries, gift shops and restaurants.
The Minack Theatre is Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre, which is carved into the granite cliff and set in glorious gardens overlooking the panoramic view over Porthcurno Bay. In fact, it was just under eighty years ago that there was nothing there except gorse and heather and below that the Atlantic Ocean. The summer theatre season runs from May to September presenting drama, musicals and opera in this most dramatic of settings. You can explore this world famous open-air theatre created from a cliff. The Rowena Cade Visitor Centre tells the remarkable story of how a girl from Victorian era grew up to build this internationally famous Theatre with her own hands. Visit during the day, explore and relax in the cafe, overlooking the Theatre. Land's End is mainland Britain’s most south-westerly point and one of the country’s most famous landmarks. From the 200 foot high granite cliffs that rise out of the Atlantic Ocean you can gaze across to the Long ships Lighthouse, the Isles of Scilly twenty eight miles away and spectacular coastal views Walk the cliff tops, Land's End is steeped with unique history with marvellous myths and legends Take your picture next to the famous Land's End sign post surrounded by beautiful coastal wildlife.