Another one from Cycling UK.
"Botallack tin mines, the Bronze Age monument Mên-an-Tol, Land’s End, St Michael’s Mount and Lizard Point"
"Expect spectacular coastal scenery" - I am in for this reason alone.
230km 4200m - so wont be easy but rewarding - lots of nice camping spots on the way. The beaches in the area are arguably some of the best the UK has.
Here's the route -
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