Lizard is the UK mainlands most southerly point. The waters around the Lizard Peninsula are famed for their treacherous stormy seas which have claimed many a vessel.
The name Lizard is derived from the Cornish name Lys Ardh meaning "high court"). It is purely coincidental that most of the peninsular is composed of a rock called Serpentine.
Historically the waters around the peninsular has been known as the "Graveyard of Ships"
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