Porthcurno Cornwall: one of the best beaches in the UK

Beach of the Week: Porthcurno, Cornwall

Porthcurno Cornwall: one of the best beaches in the UK ( not what you think of when you think of England but really pretty mf)

The engine house Wheal Coates, North Cornwall, England. Old Cornish tin mine.

The engine house Wheal Coates North Cornwall, UK. Old Cornish tin mine engine house. Many of the mines used to tunnel out under the seabed putting the miners in very dangerous conditions.

Abandoned Tin Mines at Botalick in North Cornwall, England.

Standing Strong - two Crown tin mines still standing at Botalick north Cornwall, United Kingdom! The Tin mines of Cornwall were once owned by Joseph of Arimathea, who gave his burial place to Jesus

MOUSEHOLE, CORNWALL is a maze of narrow, winding streets filled with small shops, galleries and restaurants. The cottages were built from finely grained granite, and if the Spaniards hadn’t sacked the place in 1595, they would be some old cottages indeed. Alas. The Spaniards did attack, burning the entire village down to wispy ashes—missing only one lowly house, which still stands today. Read more…

Mousehole, pronounced 'Mawzal', Cornwall - Mousehole first appeared in the record books as a major fishing port in

Nanjizal Bay, Penwith, Cornwall The amazing ‘Song of the Sea’ eyelet rock arch is for the adventurous and leads out to the ocean.

Hidden Coves & Beaches in Cornwall, Devon & the South West - Red Online // Travel inspiration, Guides, Tips