AERIAL VIEW Mousehole, Cornwall: 'Mousehole (pronounced "mowzel") is named after a small cave of that name. It is famous for its narrow granite streets and tiny harbour, the landing place for the Knights of St John on their return from the Holy Land.
Lamorna Cove Beach is a sheltered cove on the Penwith peninsula in west Cornwall. The small, pebbly beach in Lamorna’s harbour is strewn with granite boulders. The most frequent visitors to the beach are walkers of the South West Coast Path and swimmers.