If you are going St Just either via the coastpath (our favourite), or in the car, make sure you stop at the Dog and Rabbit by the newsagents. This cafe serves great coffee and is in a 70s timewarp. We recognise lots of the stuff from our own childhoods!
There are some fabulous walks, pubs and other attractions in West Penwith - add your own views ...
The Gurnards Head in Treen is a favourite. We walked-up Cairn Galver after lunch and the views from Zennor across the peninsular to Penzance are just amazing. We love the fact this stretch of coastline is so wild.
And they now have a sister pub / hotel in Mousehole, The Old Coastguard. Delicious, original local cooking
Cape Cornwall and St JustThe cliff top walk from Sennen to Cape Cornwall and St. Just is stunning. There are great views back towards Sennen, and you can reward yourself in St Just with with a pasty (from Warrens) and a pint of Tinners. Time it right and you can get the open top bus back to SennenLands End and Nanjizal BayThis coastal path goes from Sennen to Lands End and then Nanjizal Bay, or seal cove as we always seem to see seals here. There are some beautiful cliffs, and stunning views out towards the Scily Isles on a clear day. The walk back across the fields has great views of Lands End; a strategically placed cafe is reopening half way back to reward hearty walkers with a cream tea!Zennor towards St. IvesLeaving the car in Zennor, we had a great walk across the fields towards St. Ives. The footpath crosses ancient granite cattle grids between the fields; some of it a little boggy and only one our children went splat head first! The cliff top walk back towards Zennor was stunning - walking through fields of granite boulders