The archetypal Cornish village, Coverack sits on the east coast of the Lizard Peninsula, the most southerly point in Britain. The charming little harbour is full of colourful fishing boats and the harbour wall makes the perfect spot to cast your line. Trips can be arranged should you want to try your hand at sea fishing, with the area having an abundance of species. The picturesque, unspoilt village is dotted with stone cottages many with whitewashed walls and thatched roofs – the typical Cornish scene. The small beach is ideal for families and the harbour is a great spot for swimming.
Coverack is located on the South West Coast Path with spectacular walks in both directions along the impressive coastline. The area is popular for watersports with some excellent diving spots nearby. Windsurfing and sailing are also favourites along this beautiful stretch of coastline.