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St Martin, Lizard Peninsula

The Lizard peninsula is easily explored from here.

Just five miles from the town of Helston. Nearby attractions include The National Seal Sanctuary at Gweek, Bonython Garden near Cury, Roskilly's near Coverack, and The Chocolate Factory & Craft Centre at Mullion.

Newton-in-St-Martin is home to the 16th Century Cornish country pub, The Prince of Wales, with a welcoming log fire to keep you warm whilst eating or drinking on colder days and a lovely garden for the summer.

Helford village on the picturesque River Helford is nearby, with its thatched cottages and popular pub the Shipwrights Arms. From here you can walk on the South West coast path which goes all the way to the most southerly point at the Lizard and offers some of the most dramatic cliff top scenery in the country. You can also take a water taxi across the river to explore Glendurgan and Trebah gardens. The beaches at Porthallow and Coverack are both easily reachable by car.

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