Mullion Cove Beach
Mullion Cove on the west coast of the Lizard Peninsula is a small sandy beach, mostly covered at high tide, beside the historic lifeboat station and picturesque Mullion harbour.
Owned and cared for by the National Trust, the small Victorian harbour originally built in the 1890s sits along an unspoilt coastline of rugged headlands and small islands, the largest, Mullion Island – an uninhabited sanctuary to for nesting seabirds. The small quay remains a working harbour today and protects a fleet of small boats from the full force of the Atlantic.
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