Land's End is mainland Britain’s most south-westerly point and one of the country’s most famous landmarks. From the 61 m (200 ft) high granite cliffs that rise out of the Atlantic Ocean you can gaze across to the Longships Lighthouse, the Isles of Scilly 45 km (28 miles) away and beyond that, America. For that you have to have eagle eyes !
The closest village is Sennen, a parish in Penzance district. The village stands 118 m (387 ft) above sea-level, 1.6 km (1 mile)of Lands-End, and has an inn, called the First and Last inn in England. Salt-works were here, but have been discontinued but fishing is largely carried on. Even the Romans who preceded me wherever I go were here, because Roman coins were found in 1807.
Land's End itself is not a town or village but rather a former small holding which now has a hotel, exhibition halls featuring the area’s role in air sea rescue, a 4D cinema, play areas for the kids, Greeb Farm with its collection of small animals, speciality shops and working craftsmen which made me think of a kind of Disney World.
Fortunately there is a coastal footpath for visitors wishing to just enjoy the stunning natural landscape.
The entrance to the Tourist area
I didn't stay there very long, just walked around and then had enough. I prefer nature !
From this point people could have taken pictures with their home town written on the photo and the km or miles distance. I thought I can google the distance from Waterloo to Land's End.
Just before the entrance, there were stones standing around a little bit like a small Stonehenge.
Between the stones stood little historical house replicas
The land around looked beautiful !
From far I saw the island with the lighthouse
and then came pure nature !
I found a stone to sit on and remained there for a while just enjoying this gorgeous landscape.
People were walking around the end ! Unfortunately it was a little cool and very windy.