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Asparagus Island is a small tidal island on the eastern side of Mount's Bay, within the parish of Mullion, Cornwall. It lies within Kynance Cove, a popular tourist site on the western side of The Lizard peninsula and is named after the rare wild asparagus (Asparagus prostratus) found there. Geography and geology: Much of the Lizard peninsula is known for its botany and geology, and about 375 million years ago the molten rock, which eventually became the Lizard, is about 10 km (6 mi) below…

Asparagus Island is a small tidal island on the eastern side of Mount's Bay, within the parish of Mullion, Cornwall. It lies within Kynance Cove, a popular tourist site on the western side of The Lizard peninsula and is named after the rare wild asparagus (Asparagus prostratus) found there. Geography and geology: Much of the Lizard peninsula is known for its botany and geology, and about 375 million years ago the molten rock, which eventually became the Lizard, is about 10 km (6 mi) below…

Kennack Sands Cornwall: Kennack Sands, near the village of Kuggar on the Lizard peninsula, is comprised of two beaches with some grassy areas which are divided by the small hill of Carn Kennack and a shore rock feature called Caerverracks. The beach to the east is designated as a nature reserve, it can be reached via the footpath that runs along the back of the beach and over Carn Kennack.  Well known amoungst the surfing fraternity, Kennack Sands has a big tidal range due to its shallow…

Kennack Sands Cornwall: Kennack Sands, near the village of Kuggar on the Lizard peninsula, is comprised of two beaches with some grassy areas which are divided by the small hill of Carn Kennack and a shore rock feature called Caerverracks. The beach to the east is designated as a nature reserve, it can be reached via the footpath that runs along the back of the beach and over Carn Kennack. Well known amoungst the surfing fraternity, Kennack Sands has a big tidal range due to its shallow…

Bassett Cove Cornwall: This Cove is in a line of beaches beneath the ‘North Cliffs’ between Portreath and Gwithian. Like the others, access is difficult and only recommended for those who have the confidence and experience of scrambling down a path that is steep and in places barely exists. It is named after John Francis Basset the local 19th Century mining entrepreneur who lived at nearby Tehidy which is now a Country Park and unusually has fully mature oak woodlands existing less than 150m…

Bassett Cove Cornwall: This Cove is in a line of beaches beneath the ‘North Cliffs’ between Portreath and Gwithian. Like the others, access is difficult and only recommended for those who have the confidence and experience of scrambling down a path that is steep and in places barely exists. It is named after John Francis Basset the local 19th Century mining entrepreneur who lived at nearby Tehidy which is now a Country Park and unusually has fully mature oak woodlands existing less than 150m…

Duncan Palmar Cornish Paintings.

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