Cadgwith Cove



















Over the last 12 years Mr. Tony and I have holidayed in beloved Cornwall at least once a year.
With its stunning craggy scenery and tiny fishing villages, found along narrow winding roads, it's the perfect place for us. I always take some hand beading with me for my Etsy and Folksy shops! One such fishing village and a firm favourite is Cadgwith cove. Up until the 1950's, pilchards were fished here, but now with climate change and over fishing, they are no longer a viable source of income. However, crab and lobster pots are still taken out to sea, weather permitting! Cadgwith is very photogenic, as you can see from a selection of my pics xx

Comments

The Fancy Lady said…
aww this place is soo cute i wanna go . ahhh i miss the uk i wish i had gotten to go to places like this
Oh it looks so lovely! And it looks like the sun shone for you too, so that's great :D
Dig The Earth said…
I LOVE CADGWITH! It's a fantastic little village. I had a very happy holiday there many years ago, we rented Rodney Bewes (Likely Lads!?!) cottage, drinking Rum & Shrub in the pub :D ahhh happy days :)

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