Lizard Point

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Lizard Point is a cliff area that is the most southerly point in England, it is situated in Cornwall. The area consists of dramatic cliffs that have been created by the force of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as white beaches and turquoise seas. The area is known for its serpentine rocks, in which many an item have been carved out of. The area is also a dangerous area for ships due to the rocks, therefore a lighthouse was built in the area.

Getting there

The best way to get to Lizard Point is by car, there are a number of car parks around the area; the best spots are the car parks in the village or by the lighthouse, it will cost to park there though.

Opening Times and Admission

Lizard Point is a public area, it is free to visit at any hour.

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