We stayed last night in a permanently sited Rialto caravan, guests of Susie & Ian. Such nice people. Sorted us out good and proper 😊.
Gillan Creek is a rare and special place. It’s on the coast path, so is known to a handful of walkers but is at the end of a long narrow lane and has no car park. Pretty much, unless you own/rent one of the few properties, you won’t be going there.
We lunched at the renowned Fat Apples café in St Keverne, closely attended by a dog, a chicken and a robin.
And then on, via Roskilly’s ice cream farm
Coverack is still very much a commercial harbour. Full of working fishing boats, not yachts.