St Just-in-Penwith Penzance West Cornwall
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Surrounded by the rather wild moorland countryside in this area, but close to some of the most impressive granite cliff scenery in the South West, St Just is the most westerly town in Cornwall, approximately one mile from the sea and six miles north of Land's End. A characteristic of this attractive area, indicating its original remoteness from England, are the many Cornish place names such as Botallack, Kelynack, Crows-an-Wra, Sancreed and Grymbla - hardly a one which doesn't derive from the old Celtic language. The majestic cliffs are breached at several points by small coves, although the fine sands of Sennen and the great stretch of Whitesand Bay draw most holiday makers to them. St Just has a comprehensive range of shops, Inns, etc.