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Cornwall - Lands End - Lizard Point - Minack Theatre
Lizard Point, Cornwall
This is a coastline that is largely unspoilt by recent development. Headlands and coves dominate the coastline. Long stretches of beach are exceptions, rather than the rule. The villages tend to be small and quaint, with the exception of St Ives and Penzance, both are popular holiday destinations. Along the unspoilt heather covered moors and rugged granite cliffs between St Ives and Land's End, are engine houses, chimneys and winding gears - important reminders of Cornwall's tin mining heritage. Be enthralled by the magnificent Minack Open Air Theatre, which perches dramatically on the cliff edge of Porthcurno, and explore St Michaels Mount, rising off the shores of Marazion, towards the skies.
Land's End is a popular venue for rock climbers.
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My question is, is there anything to do at these places to warrent spending longer there? Are there resturants, shops and pubs or will we have to take our own food and entertainment?
Lizard Point from Cornish an Lysardh , meaning 'the high court' in Cornwall is at the southern tip of the Lizard Peninsula. Lizard Point is for many ships the starting point of their ocean passage and a notorious shipping hazard. The Lizard Lighthouse is situated at Lizard Point. The area is famous for its carved serpentine items,  which range from ornaments to the pump handles in the local public house , the Lizard Inn The Top House. The geology of Lizard can be interesting to some, with a number of planned walks available from local tourist authorities to discover more about the local rocks.