Mousehole was perhaps the most postcard picturesque fishing village that we had visited whilst in Cornwall, it was stunning - made even more inviting by the sunshine that came out to welcome us and warm our skins. Mousehole is located on the south coast of Cornwall between Penzance and Lands End.
You would be forgiven if you thought this was an Independent Cafeteria, but its actually a little shop that sells nick nacks to tourists. For me this was the most delightful and colourful store on the harbour.
Here are some big mugs, many food themed.
I loved these mats of sorts.
Piran Pirate Boat
Next it was onto Minack Theatre.
Minack Outdoor Theatre is unique in that is it perched high on the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Click here to link to its Webcam to see Minack Theatre.
By the time we drove up one of the steepest single road hills - cliffs ever, there was a long cue of people waiting to go in, we were not one of them.
Instead, we just took a little wander and marvelled at the amazing blueness of the Ocean, it really was quite magical. Then we got back in the car and headed for our final destination for the day - Lands End.
Lands End is mainland Britain's most south westerly point.
I liked this Wreckreation Area for big and small kids.
The Cornish Pasty - How it All Began - In case you were wondering.