We took a Sunday afternoon walk around the fishing village of Coverack which sits on the east side of the Lizard Peninsula of Cornwall.
This short video takes you from the main car park right through to the opposite end of the village. We then walked back through the village and stopped off to take a look at St Peter’s Church which was built in 1885. We then walked along the coastal path through a wooded area for a mile or so before turning around and heading back to the car park as it was getting dark.
Coverack is well worth a visit. There’s not much there in terms of shops etc but it’s a great way to while away a couple of hours at any time of year.
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