Sennen is a small village with the usual pub, church and shop, but the real gem is Sennen Cove, situated facing the Atlantic Ocean. The Cove still supports a small fishing fleet and pleasure angling boats. The beach itself is long and sandy and is extremely popular with families and surfers alike. There is a large car park adjacent to the beach which has a super beach cafe which serves, snacks, lunches and evening meals, with an outside terrace overlooking the cove.
There are a couple of pubs and shops and the Lifeboat Station. The coastal path to Land's End takes about half an hour and gives fantastic views from the cliff top.