St Anthony in Meneage looks fascinating on the map. It’s a tiny, remote undeveloped fishing station and staithe on a lost creek on the eastern side of the Lizard – and it more than lived up to its promise.
In reality this place, named after monks who lived there centuries ago, turned out to be a small piece of heaven, with its beautiful candle-lit churchyard in a boatyard. For someone who likes rowing, paddling and sailing, it looks pretty well perfect to me. One day I think we may holiday right there and go nowhere else for a whole week. Of course the family are welcome to come with me!
Read about St Anthony in Meneage here.
The camera is a Canon SX40, for those of you who might be interested.