The coast road runs from St Ives to Lands End, it is one of my favourite places to drive along and as I've banged on about before the landscape is breathtaking and photo,s cannot do it justice.
First stop was at the church in the small Hamlet of Towednack, where I scanned the surrounding area for my quarry with out success. The church was built in the 13th century with additions being built at later dates. It is claimed to be the last place where a sermon was conducted in the Cornish Language, although the church at Ludgvan makes this claim as well.
Looking at the image above you can just make out the church at Zennor just to the left of the tree. and at the base of the hill on the right is the coast road winding its way along the bottom of the moors.
Above is a continuation of the previous view and it gives the main features of this area, of a small coastal farming strip giving way to moorland inland. This is the prominent feature along this coast road. So now its upwards and onwards to Trewey Common.