The Cornish coast is probably the most beautiful feature of this penisula, and here in North Cornwall, at the Atlantic coast, is the best bit of it, at least from my point of view.
Tintagel Head is an outstanding headland in the sea. The exposed location must have been fascinating for the ancestors, as there are the remains of an old castle on it. Today it is advertised as "King Arthur's Castle", but on a historical basis this is rather dubious.
In 2019 a new bridge has been installed, which can be seen on the right. But on this day the bridge has been closed due to high winds.