The Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall is the most southerly point of the UK mainland.

An area of the peninsula covering 16.62 square kilometres (6.42 sq mi) is designated a national nature reserve because of its coastal grasslands and heaths, and The Lizard also contains three Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

The peninsula does not have many sweeping sandy beaches but shows off some of the most beautiful coves in Cornwall like Cadgwith and Mullion, then along with the larger harbour of Porthleven.

Why not check beaches nearby as we have 27 beaches around The Lizard, 215 beaches in Cornwall, or have a look at our list of Cornwall dog friendly beaches, or even our United Kingdom Blue Flag beach list.

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The Lizard Cornwall Coast Search Bar

Where would you like to go? Use our search bar to search across all our local listings, ideal for finding that nearest spot to visit:

Want some ideas on where to visit?

Every favourite location must be visited for the first time. Want some ideas, why not check out the below small selection of coastal locations, including beaches, activities, things to see and do, places to stay and eat:

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    Caerthillian Cove Beach

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    The Lizard lifeboat station

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    Carleon Cove Beach

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    Jangye Ryne Beach

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    Loe Bar Beach

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    Kynance Cove Beach

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    Lankidden Cove Beach

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    Porthoustock Beach

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    Gunwalloe and Loe Pool

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    National Seal Sanctuary

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    Coverack Beach

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    Lizard Point

Some more locations in Cornwall