Although distant from the main hubs of England, West Cornwall is surprisingly accessible, particularly by train (straight from London Paddington into Penzance), and the completion of the A30 main road has only made it easier to access by car. Once there, the visitor quickly forgets the journey, as this area captures one’s soul with its beauty, romance, and beguiling history. Wildness can be sought on the clifftop coastal path, art lovers can lose themselves in the galleries at St. Ives, and historians will be absorbed by the tin mining heritage. The likes of St. Michael’s Mount, the Minack Theatre and of course, Land’s End, mean that this part of Cornwall just cannot be missed.