Cornwall is practically all coastline. No part of this famed county is more than 15 miles from the sea. Yet her southern coast could hardly be more different from that of the north, as is revealed in the spectacular photographs in this book and its sister publication North Cornwall Coast from the Air.
The delight of this book is that is offers the reader a chance to see just how varied is the southern coast of Cornwall. From the soaring cliffs around the Lizard, we travel east looking down on sandy coves and hidden tidal creeks and into the heart of the many coastal towns and villages along the way.
These days, the coastline provides the means for thousands to enjoy leisure pursuits. The SouthWest Coast Path follows the cliff edge for most of its route through Cornwall, while golden beaches are thronged in summer months providing safe bathing, in most places, while easy access gives everyone a chance to explore harbourside towns and villages.