Land's End is the most southwesterly point in Britain and part of Cornwall in the South West. It is not a town or village but rather a former small holding that now has a visitor complex with a hotel and visitor attractions. It is known for being the starting/ending point for the Land's End to John O'Groat's journey.
Land's End represents both the starting and ending points of the longest journey in Great Britain, Land's End to John O'Groats. Consequently, it is known as "The First and Last" from its position at the extremity of the UK. It is an atmospheric, dramatic piece of coastline steeped in history and romance.
If you go there by car, be prepared to spend £5.00 for the parking area. If you want to avoid the parking fee to the complex, you can walk from further afield.
Alternatively, you can park your car in Sennen Cove, close to Land's End and walk from there, enjoying the walk along the coast path.
There is also a regular bus schedule from Penzance (one bus hourly except on Sundays: schedules may vary in winter). Buses depart from the central bus station in Penzance. There is another regular bus service from St Ives via St Just.
Local tour operators in Penzance offer tours covering the whole peninsula, including Land's End.
The whole area can be easily accessed on foot. Take care with clothing because Land's End can be a rough, windy place from its exposed location and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean.
Land's End Airport
Close to Land's End itself, the airport enjoys a spectacular setting. Overlooking the dramatic Cornish coast, it offers a welcome relief to the bustle of ‘up-country’ life.
Within the immediate vicinity are several tourist attractions, scenic walks and plentiful accommodation. The South West Coastal Footpath is adjacent to the airport and leads to many stunning beaches, including Sennen Cove and Porthcurno.
The airport offers a great range of activities including scenic flights, banner towing, aerial photography, pilot teaining, trial lessons, a flying school and Skybus flights to the Isles of Scilly. 
The complex has various souvenir shops offering a wide range of souvenirs, but most of them areoverpriced.
Land's End Hotel has a restaurant area open to non-residents as well.
If you wanted to see dramatic piece of unspoilt coastline, go 20 mi along the coast to Lizard Point, Britain's most southerly point. The natural scenery is just as good (if not better), there is a great atmosphere, no entrance fee, with not too many people around. Lizard village has a couple of shops and pubs. Also consider Cape Cornwall, 5 mi to the north, once thought to be the most westerly point, but modern maps proved this wrong!