is a Site of Special Scientific Interest that forms a raised plateau in the central western area of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall.
Goonhilly Satellite Earth Station
, is the largest one in the world. The large satellite dishes
are an iconic landmark and one is now a listed building; they can be seen for miles.
Goonhilly Downs is now also home to a 5.6 MW wind farm consisting of 14, 400 kW wind turbines and an unusual organic cafe and farm shop called Cornish Camels.