You’ll drive a heck of a winding road to reach this forlorn bluff at Virgin Gorda’s southwest tip, but it’s worth it to see the impressive stone ruins (including a chimney, cistern and mine-shaft house) that comprise the park. Cornish miners worked the area between 1838 and 1867 and extracted as much as 10,000 tons of copper, then abandoned the mine to the elements. A couple of trails meander through the ruins while the blue sea pounds below.