WHERE THE LAND ENDS

Countryfile Magazine - - Month In The Country -

A blus­tery walk along the 200-foot-high gran­ite cliffs at Land’s End in Corn­wall, one of the coun­try’s most fa­mous land­marks, is an ex­pe­ri­ence not to be missed. Gaze out over the At­lantic from Bri­tain’s most south-westerly point and watch the waves crash at the foot of Long­ships Light­house. The cliffs are a bird­watcher’s par­adise; look out for gan­nets, ful­mars and kit­ti­wakes, and even the chough, now mak­ing a wel­come re­turn to the area.

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