It’s known as Cornwall’s forgotten corner, yet despite the depressing nickname The Rame Peninsula has a lot going for it. It’s an area of outstanding natural beauty boasting quiet beaches, glorious views along the south west coastal path and a smattering of quaint villages.
It’s about quality, not quantity. That was my feeling when I delved into Cornish castles. There aren’t oodles; possibly due to being a separatist community in the south-west. The Normans were great castle builders, erecting fortresses to cow the defeated English into submission. Perhaps in Cornwall it wasn’t necessary, well, not on such a scale anyway.
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