Is a small headland near St Just owned by the National Trust and is one of only two capes in Britain. Its where the Atlantic current divides.
Steeped in history, the Cape Cornwall Mine and iconic chimney stack dates back to 1894 when in operation tin and copper extraction was done from under the sea. Its now part of the Tin Coast Cornish mining World Heritage Site.
Car park and toilets available.
9 miles from Penzance / Car Parking / Toilets