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By Pat Aithie

ISBN-10: 1405348291

ISBN-13: 9781405348294

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7 The Lizard Peninsula Above The Castle, dominating St Michael’s Mount, off Marazion Top right Picturesque harbour and granite houses at Mousehole Right Sign at Lizard Point, mainland England’s most southerly point WHERE TO STAY AROUND THE LIZARD PENINSULA Mullion Cove Hotel moderate–expensive Originally built for wealthy Victorians, this gleaming white clifftop hotel enjoys extensive sea views. uk AROUND TREBAH Budock Vean expensive Large hotel in vast parklands beside the Helford River. Award-winning restaurant, sports activities and natural health spa.

7! , % 3 $BSEJõ #JSNJOHIBN #SJTUPM -POEPO 1MZNPVUI Headlands and Coves Bideford to Bodmin Moor Highlights • Magnificent coastal scenery Walk along grassy clifftops where Atlantic surf breaks onto rocks below and headlands frame distant beaches • Legendary King Arthur in Tintagel On a windswept promontory, explore the ruins of the medieval castle that inspired tales of royal chivalry • Gourmet cuisine Eat out in Padstow, home of chef Rick Stein, who has turned this small fishing port into a gastro heaven • Literary connections Visit locations immortalized by writers Charles Kingsley, Daphne du Maurier and Henry Williamson Fishing trawlers and yachts moored side by side in Padstow’s picturesque harbour 40 BACK ROADS GREAT BRITAIN Coves and Headlands The coast that runs south-west from north Devon into Cornwall is extremely dramatic.

The area’s mild climate has also contributed to its rich legacy of exotic gardens, some planted in previous centuries by keen local horticulturalists. "ROWN7ILLY M #OLLIFORD 2ESERVOIR #MJTMBOE $BSEJOIBN #PENJO &OWEY -BOJWFU # / 2 . 7! VON 1MZNPVUI &BTU-PPF 8FTU-PPF "WFUPO (JõPSE ,JOHTCSJEHF 5IVSMFTUPOF KEY Drive route Above View across the beautiful estuary from Polruan to Fowey, a popular yachting destination, see p36 Start/finish: St Ives to Tavistock. Number of days: 4–5, allowing half a day to visit the galleries in St Ives.

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