Land’s End is a headland situated in Cornwall, England. It got its name as it is the most westerly point of mainland England. The headland is actually fairly small compared to its neighbours but with it being the most westerly point in the nation it has become a tourist attraction and somewhat of a national symbol with many races/events starting or ending at ‘Land’s End’. The actual headland is made up of granite, which means the headland is very weather resistant. Land’s End has become a popular location for people holidaying due to its beautiful local scenery, it is also a popular place for rock climbers.
The best way to get to Land’s End is by car, there is a car park close by in the village by the headland. You can also get there by taking the bus that travels around Cornwall.
Opening Times and Admission
The headland is public land, it is free to visit at any time of any day.