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Land's End

Set on a headland of cliffs, Land's End is famous as the westernmost point in England. Here the cliffs plunge sharply and dramatically down into the sea. The headland has been designated an Important Plant Area, as many rare species of flora have been discovered here. On a clear day there are views to the Scilly Isles - these are the only landmass directly between Land's End and North America.

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Coastal Cornwall and its Captivating Gardens
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At the foot of Britain

Over the years, Land's End has become one of Britain's most enduring icons, particularly in relation to measuring distance. There is a signpost here marking the distance in miles to a number of famous destinations, including of course John o'Groats, some 838 miles (1349 kilometres) away.