Great day out! Nature and wildlife walk in St Anthony Head. Scenic views. Seen loads of amazing wildlife but only manage to get a few photos and videos. Loads of people too! Good thing, I always bring with me my Soroptimist face mask and jumper.
St Anthony Head is a National Trust property situated at the southernmost tip of the Roseland Peninsula, overlooking the entrance to one of the world's largest natural harbours: Carrick Roads and the estuary of River Fal. It preserves the former St Anthony Battery, built in 1895–97 to defend the estuary of the River Fal.
The headland is designated as part of Carricknath Point to Porthbean Beach and Lower Fal and Helford Intertidal Sites of Special Scientific Interest. At its tip lies St Anthony's Lighthouse.
St Mawes in the distance
Falmouth in the distance
St Anthony Head Light House
Battery Observation Post
St Anthony Head
Wearing my Soroptimist Face Mask and Jumper