Lands End lies at the furthest south-western point in mainland Britain and it’s one of the most famous landmarks in Cornwall.

With its magnificent natural setting, coastal footpaths and uninterrupted sea views it’s not surprising tourists have been visiting the landmark for hundreds of years. After taking in the breathtaking views head to the Lands End visitors centre, where you’ll find a number of indoor attractions, shops, cafes and restaurants.

Just a mile to the north of Land’s End, a stroll along the coastal footpath leads you to one of Cornwall’s most renowned surfing beaches. With a long sandy bay, surf school and shops, Sennen Cove is the perfect place to visit.