England's FINAL frontier
St Agnes is an island of wonderful contrasts with a mix of rocky outcrops and paradise beaches.
The tiny island of Gugh lies adjacent to St Agnes and the tranquility of the sandbar between the two islands is particularly magical.
With quaint cottages and flower fields, St Agnes is a thriving community of working farms and industrial flair.
Periglis Beach is a shell collectors paradise with stunning views to the Western Rocks and Bishop Rock with its lighthouse.
The Old Man Of Gugh which stands 3 metres tall is believed to be associated with Bronze Age Rituals.
The Turks Head Pub, Britains most westerly watering hole is a great place to sup a beer and watch the world quietly go by.