Bedruthan Steps from the path
   The view from the South West Coast Path which passes along the cliff top at Bedruthan Steps. According to legend, the granite rocks dotted across the beach are stepping stones for the Giant Bedruthan. The beach itself has beautiful golden sand, and is only accessible at low tide by a steep narrow set of steps cut into the cliff.
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Cornish flag of St Piran, the patron Saint of tin miners