On Monday morning we awoke to sunshine so decided to get the walking boots out again for a walk along the South West Coastal Path along to the pretty fishing village of Cadgwith.
From the site we took the tiny lanes (proper Cornish lanes with grass growing in the middle!) down to a small cove called Poltesco where we found a dis-used tin mine and a pebbly beach all to ourselves!
From there we headed back up onto the coastal path towards Cadgwith. The Lizard really is a stunning and much undiscovered part of Cornwall.
On arrival in Cadgwith we wandered around the small, but pretty fishing village and sat up on the headland overlooking the boats on the beach. We then had a short shower so went for a coffee and then had lunch in the Cadgwith Cove Inn, before heading back uphill to the campsite, via Ruan Minor.