St Anthony in Meneage – a little piece of heaven on the shores of The Lizard

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.

One thought on “St Anthony in Meneage – a little piece of heaven on the shores of The Lizard”

  1. Had a great week here messing about in boats. Up the creek on the tide in kayaks. Out to sea and round to Helford in our scow.Great fly fishing on the spit on the evening flood. We stayed on the beach off grid in a showman’s van called “The caravan on the green” with views east down the creek. Highly recommended.

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