UniquenessThe sunset watched here, how different is it from the others?
VisibilityIs the sunset likely to be seen from the location?
AccessibilityHow easy is it to get to the location? ("-" means the location cannot be revisited at will)
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Land’s End is a headland and holiday complex in western Cornwall, England, situated within the Penwith peninsula about 13 km west-south-west of Penzance at the western end of the A30 road. To the east of it is the English Channel, and to the west the Celtic Sea. Land’s End is the most westerly point of mainland Cornwall and England.
- It is a famous location within the country, and being the westernmost point of England, there are some features that tourists love to make note to help remember their journey. It is also a photo friendly location with beautiful landscape.
- Extremely open sea view to the west, with nothing in sight except the horizon.
- Very likely you will need to drive here yourself.
- There are usually some tourists at this place, but shouldn’t interfere your photo session as the area is quite spacious.
Location of the Sunset