Dreaming of summer in Cornwall.

Summer in Cornwall.

If like me you are getting fed up with cold, windy, wet winter and want summer in Cornwall back, look no further.

I decided to dig out some good photos from yesteryear’s tours and tempt you.

Lizard faultline surrounding turquoise waters of Mullion Cove harbour Cornwall UK a summer in Cornwall.
Mullion harbour and port, Cornwall UK.

 

This beautiful photo show the super colours of the waters at Mullion Cove. From the hotel at top of the cliff one gets a formidable view whether the weather is sunny or rough. The harbour is still used by fishermen and locally caught fish served in restaurants nearby.

En route to this picturesque port, a detour to local chocolate factory, or painter may be in order. Locally produced honey infused dermal products and some holiday gems shops are also available in same area. Being on the Lizard, one can then go onto Lizard Point if interested.

 

Now for the other side of southernmost Cornwall.

This gorgeous beach is Sennen Cove, just past Land’s End. A paradise for surfers and swimmers alike with activities going mad summertime. Equally stunning in the autumn and winter with storms raging and waves crashing onto land. You can visit this and other super venues with Alvajoan on Cornwall Tours all year around. Just book Your personal bespoke tours to suit Your interests by email 🙂

Sennen Cove sandy beach during a summer in Cornwall with turquoise Celtic Sea waters in Cornwall UK a delightfully scenic view on our driver-guided West Cornwall tours.

 

Another fine beach is situated near the Minack theatre and called Porthcurno. With sandy beach, rugged cliff sides and superb turquoise clean waters it poses a grand view.

View of Porthcurno sandy beach below Minack theatre following coast path a summer in Cornwall UKThis photo was taken from the height of the Minack theatre looking down onto said beach. At the time it was full of summer visitors enjoying Cornwall.

I was told by a visiting client once that this colour waters only exists by glaciers. I had to assure her that we have no such phenomenon nearby in Cornwall but the water was indeed turquoise.

You may think we are in the Caribbean or south of France judging by these photos but they are genuinely from Cornwall UK. Especially summer in Cornwall times 🙂

If you are visiting and want to tour, please email with details of Your wishes and we shall be happy to assist with designing tours just for You.

Here’s to a splendid summer in 2018 for everyone.

Alvajoan of Cornwall Tour & Travel

 

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