Penberthy is a valley, coastal village, and cove on the Penwith peninsula in Cornwall, England. It is almost 7 miles southwest of Penzance. Most of the town is within the parish of St Buryan, and the boundary with St Levan follows the Penberth river. It's worth the walk from Logan's rock to this picturesque cove, which is still a working harbor. A footpath leads you back to the cliff top car park without having to climb back up to the cliff top to the SW coastal path.
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