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The Lizard and Kynance Cove

| North of Lizard Point on the western side of the Lizard peninsula, The Lizard TR12 7NT, England
+44 1326 561407
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Stunning

We had come on a camping trip to Cornwall and had looked up Kynance Cove as part of our 'to do... read more

Reviewed today
claireabella85
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Thornaby, England
Lizard to Kynance Cove.

We parked at Lizard as the Kynance Cove car park was full. We walked to Kynance Cove and the views... read more

Reviewed yesterday
beckye90
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Yeovil, United Kingdom
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“lizard point” (201 reviews)
“national trust” (161 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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| North of Lizard Point on the western side of the Lizard peninsula, The Lizard TR12 7NT, England
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+44 1326 561407
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Reviewed today

We had come on a camping trip to Cornwall and had looked up Kynance Cove as part of our 'to do' list with the pictures being beautiful. I was a little concerned about how steep the walk would be, given that I am not particularly...More

Thank claireabella85
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We parked at Lizard as the Kynance Cove car park was full. We walked to Kynance Cove and the views were absolutely stunning. You wouldn't believe this was in the United Kingdom! Unfortunately, as we got closer to the beach in Kynance Cove we were...More

Thank beckye90
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had always wanted to visit kynance cove after seeing it on so many postcards and to be fair the postcards are spot on, it is beautiful. Its a hell of a trek down to it and evwn worse on the way back up but...More

Thank smee193
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It was ok, loads of parking, free if national trust members, steep walk down to cove. Whilst it is picturesque i'm not sure all the hype was justified. Sure there are some interesting gullies and caves but its small, way too busy and the cafe...More

Thank chandler_alan
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Cornish coast, (there may be a slight bias here), has some of the most spectacular scenery in Britain. Even if the weather is bad it has something special but when it's a perfect day with blue skies, warm sunshine and clear air it really...More

Thank CornishTraveller52
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Visiting the most southerly point and Kynance cove, is brilliant as the sheer beauty, views and lack of commercialisation make it a highly enjoyable and memorable day out. Operated by the National Trust thy look after it and the whole place is amazing, although you...More

Thank Stumpy12345
Reviewed 4 days ago

Simply beautiful whatever the weather go and visit you it will not disappoint. Spectacular views, amazing beach, caves. It's easy to overlook how beautiful England is so don't miss this one.

Thank MCKP2014
Reviewed 4 days ago

We absolutely loved the time we spent at Kynance Cove. The views are absolutely stunning, its certainly a place I will never forget & one I would like to visit again. During our stay we walked along the coastal paths, too the light-house, too the...More

Thank P3439USandrewr
Reviewed 5 days ago

We visited on Friday and parked up in the village as we didn't know where we were going particularly. We then walked down the road following the sign for the lighthouse. It's about a 15 minute gentle stroll. Everywhere is really well signposted by the...More

1  Thank Mark L
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Easy to get to - make sure you get there early though into the main car park, you certainly don't want to be in the overflow car park which is a mile away! Difficult to get down to with prams etc on the main route...More

Thank Nathan S
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Paula Z
24 July 2017|
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Response from alexBath | Reviewed this property |
Drive straight down to the cafe ignore the car park signs there is a disabled car park right by the cafe there is gravel but also concrete and tarmac so is wheelchair manageable, it is steep though, so beware.
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Basilio_10
23 July 2017|
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Response from 57traceyf | Reviewed this property |
I think you may be safer around the 11-12 mark if high tide is at 8am as it's not a very wide beach. You could always sit at the cafe and have a drink if it's still in when you get there.
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Lee H
6 July 2017|
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Response from DaveWGCook | Reviewed this property |
Parkdean at Sea Acres (only 3 or 4 miles from Kynance) has some pet friendly caravans. However, many beaches (including the one in front of Sea Acres) have a seasonal dog ban on the beaches. There are plenty of great... More
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