This is a guide to well over 100 of the strangest and most remarkable sights in Cornwall. Well-known local author Joan Rendell has lived in the county most of her life, and describes here curious and unusual buildings, objects and landscape features that have survived the centuries. Among the locations featured are countless monuments, a petrifying well, the National Trust's smallest property, preaching pits, the largest lake in the county and a thousand-year-old tree. Some will be familiar to residents and tourists; others are almost completely unknown. Joan Rendell's new book will make fascinating reading for residents and visitors alike, and will inspire many to explore the highways and byways of Cornwall.