Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall

Whilst in Cornwall we found the most magical beach, it was a hell of a climb down to be honest but just the view from above was so stunning we couldn't wait to explore!

This was the view from the top..


The steps!



The steps down were so steep and there were so many of them. But when we got down there, there were so few people and it felt like we could be anywhere in the world.


So many little coves started to appear as the tide went out and there were all these gargantuan rock formations, all weathered away by the sea and forming lots of different shape. One looked like a witch's hat and another had a huge window inside it. There were caves you could go really far back into, rocks to climb and so many rock pools to explore. Some of the rock pools were deep enough to even swim in!



There was a huge pile of the largest rocks and we could just glimpse some beach behind it and saw a few others clambering over them. Hubby and Bailey went to explore taking Loki and were gone for over half an hour; curiosity got the better of me and I attempted to climb over the rocks and see where they had gone too. It was a really tough climb over, the girls and Ruben decided to stay where they were and just enjoy the views from the rocks. But of my goodness it was so worth the climb. It was like something out of a film and apart from Hubby and Bailey there was no one in this cove at all.




Looking at those blue skies makes it hard to believe we were still in the UK!


Ruben was worried about starving but thankfully we had brought rations with us-he is ALL about the food that one.



It was such an amazing day, I hope we get to go back and visit another time but for me this beach will always be an incredibly special memory.



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