Cadgwith is located on the east side of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall and is one of the most delightful coastal villages in the region. Its also a great place to stop at if you are walking along the south west coast path for a bite to eat and a well deserved pint. Parking is impossible in the village itself but there is a decent sized car park at the top of the village and you can walk down a pleasant little path into Cadgwith. The path takes you via some stunning little cottages and a most unusual church (called St Mary’s). The beach at Cadgwith is a splendid place to go rock pooling and is scattered with brightly coloured fishing boats.
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