Known affectionately as ‘The Lizard’, this peninsula in Cornwall is the most southernly point on the British mainland. From rolling farmland to jagged granite cliffs, smugglers coves and isolated beaches, it offers a stunning variety of landscapes any time of the year. Ramblers will enjoy following the South West Coast Path from The Lizard to Coverack. Foodies will love the crabs and lobster, hauled fresh from the sea and served in ancient pubs, ringing to the sound of folk musicians and Cornish sing. The indulgent will head to Roskilly’s farm to watch ice cream and fudge being made.