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Entrance is FREE!
Mainland Britain’s most southerly point, Lizard point, is owned and maintained by the National Trust. You can experience great sunrises and sunsets from the point or watch the winter storms from the safety of the cafe. There is an information point and small souvenir shops offering everything from local chocolate to serpentine sculptures. Between May and July you may see the Cornish Choughs flying and the young fledging, basking sharks cruise round the point in massive numbers in June every year although you will have to pick the right day. Seals are around the point all year. Spring flowers on the Lizard are in full bloom May-June also. When it’s sunny in September and it’s less crowded the walks are magnificent between Lizard and Kynance and the sea is still warm for those of you who like a bit of wild swimming.
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Lizard TR12 7NU
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