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Out & About

Discover places to see and things to do whilst in and around Coverack Cove, Cornwall to truly enhance your stay come rain or shine!

On Foot Spend a day stomping the well-trodden Cornish cliff paths and take in the dramatic views across Coverack, Cadgwith Cove, Poldhu Cove, Kynance Cove and onto Lizard Point, the most southerly point on mainland Britain. Make sure you stop by Ann's Pasty Shop on the Lizard to grab a huge, traditional pasty - beware they are so delicious there is usually a long queue around the corner in the summer, so get there early! 

Wild Swimming The secluded beauty of this stunning peninsula makes for sensational al fresco dips. The area is peppered with hidden coves and bays which are yearning to be discovered. Most noteworthy in nearby Cadgwith Cove is the Devil's Frying Pan; a collapsed cave where the sea flows through a narrow arch at high tide – not for the faint hearted!

Flower Finding A visit in spring or summertime is sure to inspire naturalists, when the hedgerows become alive with wildflowers including foxgloves, honeysuckle, campion and sea thrift. Those with a keener interest in floriculture might be able to spot some of the rarer breeds that thrive within the Lizard’s mild micro-climate. Head to Cross Common Exotic Plant nursery to purchase your very own unusual plant to bring a little slice of Cornwall home with you (or have them delivered to your door)!

ForeMullion Golf Club on the Lizard Peninsula is not only the most southerly course in England but one of the most beautiful in the West Country. Framed by sandy coves and protected reed beds, the course (now well past its centenary) has always attracted the literary giants who not only enjoyed the golf but were also fascinated by the ambience.

Seal's Eye View There are numerous beaches and coves to explore not far from the doorstep, bringing plenty of opportunities for surfing and sailing. Launch off the coast from a kayak hired from Coverack's watersports centre just a stone's throw from the cottage and see the wildlife from a completely unique viewpoint, meandering in and out of the hidden inlets and sea caves.

Nearest Beach: Coverack Cove beach is just down the road, a few minutes’ walk away.

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