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Land's End Landmark, Sennen

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Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Binoculars and a good pair of shoes are all you need to enjoy the incredible diversity of birdlife at , home to gannets, fulmars, kittiwakes, shags, razorbills, and the resilient choughs, a species once nearly extinct in this country. Take long walks along the dramatic paths carved into the steep Cornish cliffs by the mighty waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Keep an eye out for sharks, seals, and dolphins, often seen playfully splashing in the waters just off the coast. Stop by the park’s iconic signpost for a photo opportunity, and visit the nearby specialty shops, which sell a wide range of local products. Check online for a list of upcoming special tours, events, and available accommodations. Plan your visit to Land's End Landmark and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Sennen vacation trip planner.
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  • I thought Dorset had the most scenic coastline until we visited Lands End. The first glimpse of the sea over the cliff was beautiful but nothing prepared me for the full vista looking across the coast...  more »
  • Upon visiting Cornwall for the very first time, a trip to Lands End was a must. It was easy to find, and well signposted from the A30. There is plenty of car parking, and the cost was £5.50 for a car....  more »
  • When in the area, it would be a shame not to come to here. The views are absolutely brilliant and you can't help but stop and be amazed by nature. Although it is a little commercialised, it's done pre...  more »