The latest World Heritage Sites in Cornwall

The latest World Heritage Sites

Jump on the bus to Geevor Tin Mine, the largest mining site in the UK and the only place where you can see how tin was mined and processed. From Geevor you can walk along a spectacular section of the coastal path that traverses an iconic part of the World Heritage Site in relics from the heyday of the former mines and miners. On route visit Levant mine and see the only remaining working beam engine although now walking around the mine is a peaceful event especially in spring when wildflowers adorn the cliffs. Carry on if you still have the energy and end up at Botallack Count House where the cliffs of Botallack are a haven for many maritime animals and plants. Habitats are diverse and range from, the open ocean and steep cliffs to heathland. Breathtaking.

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