St Anthony Head, Cornwall
St Anthony Head is found on the coast of south-western England in the county of Cornwall. It lies at the entrance of the Fal Estuary
on the toe of the Southern Roseland Peninsula, it is one of the remotest stretches of coastline in Cornwall. St Anthony Head
is known by local walkers for it’s delightful coastal and sheltered creekside walks. Owned by the National Trust the area was once used for defensive purposes and some remains from this use are still there, parts of which have been used to provide a toilet and a bird hide. It is the site of the St Anthony Head lighthouse.
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