Gurnards Head

Gurnards Head, Zennor, West Cornwall

A rocky and distinctive headland with South West Coast Paths perfect for exploring this remote part of Cornwall. The headland is the site of an Iron Age promontory fort known as Trereen Dinas. This beautiful part of Cornwall provides a stunning and uninterruped views out over the Atlantic and is a stunning place to walk in spring, summer & autumn.

The area is designated as part of the Penwith Heritage Coast and also designated as part of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 

 

 

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