The beach at the small fishing village of Cawsand on the south-easterly tip of Cornwall. This area of Cornwall feels pretty remote and is quite off the beaten track despite looking out over the city of Plymouth. In fact, the Rame Peninsula is sometimes referred to as the "forgotten corner" of Cornwall.
Visitors who do make it to the twin villages of Caswsand and Kingsand are generally drawn to the pretty little sand and shingle beach which you see here.
? Ian Wool