Boscastle is a small village and fishing port in Cornwall, the harbour was created from a natural inlet :)

The village is a really picturesque place with stone buildings and the river running down through it to the harbour and the sea.

When we were there we had bright blue skies and it was perfect for a nice walk through to see the sea at the end of the harbour ^^


At the end of the harbour you can continue onto the rocks where it’s wide and fairly flat to get a good view of the natural inlet and the sea :)


Across from us on the opposite side of the inlet we were lucky to be there at a good time to see Boscastle’s blow-hole, often called the Devil’s Bellows. The water was getting pushed deep into the cave there before being forced back out as the pressure built from the waves. The water comes rushing back out and sprays across followed by a sound like air blasting from a bellows……it was very easy to lose track of the time just watching this process over and over hehe


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