The lush green landscape of North Devon is replaced by rugged headlands exposing amazing distorted rock strata and secret sandy coves on Cornwall's AtlanticCoast. The trees found here are usually in sheltered valleys protected from the winter westerly winds between the cliff top headlands. Delightful fishing villages, Boscastle with its tiny harbour, Port Issac and Padstow. The mysterious legend of Port Quin. Rocky inlets at Crackington Haven and Trebarwith Strand. Tintagel, with its castle and the legend of King Arthur. Coves with evocative names like 'Hell's Mouth' 'Porth Joke' and 'Deadmans Cove. '