View through the beach tunnel.
Porthgwarra (Cornish: Porth Gorwedhow, meaning very wooded cove) is a small coastal village in the civil parish of St Levan, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom situated between Land's End and Porthcurno. The location has been used as a filming location for the BBC / Mammoth Screen drama series Poldark.
There are several caves in this area, one natural one was used as a fisherman’s store and is claimed to look like a “guardian face” the other was constructed by miners to provide access to the beach.
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