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Part two of our trip to England included road tripping out to the Cornish coast. Pictures just don’t do this place justice. Our first destination was the Lizard Coast and Durdle Door. Stonehenge was on the way so we figured we’d stop there first (casual right?) and then keep moving. Definitely worth the stop. We say it from the interstate (is that what they call it?) and I think I was starstruck over rocks… if that’s even a thing.
After Stonehenge, we continued on and arrived at Durdle door. We parked in a small field parking lot and walked down a little dirt path then BOOM cliffs! I had never seen anything like it and I don’t think I stopped smiling. It was breathtaking. This is the one spot I wish we could’ve stayed at for weeks.
After a walk down to the beach, we moved along to our cute little bed and breakfast in Penzance. In Penzance we made a trip to Land’s End for Cornish beers and a trip to St. Michael’s Mount where we got to see a real life castle, but the coolest was our trip to Kynance Cove. Again, we parked in a small field parking lot, but this one was on the cliff. As soon as we got out of the car you could see ocean for day (and a lot of cows just hanging out on the side of cliffs). We hiked down a little path that led to a small beach area with a few shops and a restaurant. Aside from Durdle door, this was my favorite place on the trip.
Our last stop was Newquay where we climbed millions of stairs to King Arthur’s castle, made a short trip into St. Ives and shopped and ate and were almost killed by seagulls (no lie.) The ice cream vendors warn you to eat fast because the seagulls will literally steal it out of your hand.
In short, for anyone planning a trip to London I HIGHLY encourage you to plan time to see all that England has to offer!
This causeway is only accessible during low tide and disappears in high tide!