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St. Keverne, Cornwall, U.K.

St. Keverne, a small village on the Lizard Peninsula, 111 miles (177 km) southwest of Exeter, U.K. is just a few miles from the most southerly point of the U.K. mainland. “We have dark skies, but often cloudy ones, as we suffer from the Atlantic sea mist. The area seems to have a micro-climate, which…read more »

St. Keverne, a small village on the Lizard Peninsula, 111 miles (177 km) southwest of Exeter, U.K. is just a few miles from the most southerly point of the U.K. mainland. “We have dark skies, but often cloudy ones, as we suffer from the Atlantic sea mist. The area seems to have a micro-climate, which is often different from Helston just 10 miles away. We are less than a mile from the eastern coast of the peninsula with good clear views to all points of the compass. There is with very little light pollution.”

Deborah Byrd