Cornwall

Mullion Cove
   Mullion Cove lies 5 miles from Britain's most southerly point on the Lizard peninsula and has an attractive working harbour, protected from the winter gales by two stout sea walls. In the eighteenth century its income was derived mainly from fishing, supplemented by smuggling.
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Cornish flag of St Piran, the patron Saint of tin miners