As you know, we’re very lucky to be based in the gorgeous Cornish landscape and so we’re sharing some of our favourite things about Cornwall with you over the next few months. This month, we thought we’d tell you our favourite places to view that incredible Cornish sunset…
Lusty Glaze Beach
Lusty Glaze is a beautiful beach that showcases live music in the summer, and offers plenty of other activities like surfing and rock climbing. Lusty Glaze Beach also has a restaurant which offers a delicious bite to eat – so why not watch the sun go down with a glass of wine and dessert?
Sennen Cove is the most westerly beach Cornwall has to offer so you’ll be sure to capture the very last moments of the sun before it gives way to the moon. Whether you’re walking hand in hand with a loved one across the rocks or sitting on a blanket on white sand, it’s definitely a romantic place to watch the sun sink below the horizon.
St Michael’s Mount
This historic Cornish attraction is really rather breath-taking. Based just three miles from Penzance you can either catch a ferry boat or walk across to the mount at low tide, or find a comfy spot in Marazion and watch the sunset beside the silhouette of the mount – perfect!
If you want to get away from the crowds and enjoy some time to yourself, perhaps watch the sunset over Mullion Island. Uninhabited, the island makes up part of the Lizard Peninsula and is thought to have been formed around 350 million years ago!
Carbis Bay easily has one of the most beautiful beaches in Cornwall and it’s no wonder that thousands flock here to get their summer sun every year! Carbis Bay sunsets can be particularly incredible with beautiful colours washing the sky and the waves rolling in…