On arrival you are met by National Trust volunteers who have a wealth of information about the walks ,the lighthouse and wildlife.A map and toilets are at the car park; the map gives you simple directions to the various walks.
We chose to walk down to the viewing point where I hoped to see a Cornish chough.
A chough not taken at The Lizard
No choughs seen on today but we did see plenty of other flora and fauna, seals, birds, mammals and succulents.
The volunteers at the viewing point did a great job pointing out seals perched on the rocks and gave visitors an opportunity to look through their scopes. This (as the sign says) was also:-
There is a pathway from this point to the old lifeboat station; the walk down to the station is spectacular with many viewing points that lead down to the beach.
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