English: Mount's Bay is a large, sweeping bay on the English Channel coast of Cornwall in the United Kingdom, stretching from the Lizard Point to Gwennap Head on the eastern side of the Land's End peninsula. Towards the middle of the bay (and probably the origin of the name) is St Michael's Mount. Presenting a benign aspect to summer visitors of a large, scenic, natural harbour; in an onshore winter gale it presents a great danger to shipping as a "maritime trap". Especially in the days of sailing ships with an excess of 150 known wrecks in the nineteenth century.
This category has the following 25 subcategories, out of 25 total.
- ► Cudden Point (8 F)
- ► Hoe Point, Cornwall (5 F)
- ► Newlyn harbour (1 C, 47 F)
- ► Rinsey Head (18 F)
- ► St Michael's Mount (5 C, 228 F)
- ► Views of St Michael's Mount (117 F)
Media in category "Mount's Bay"
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