This is just the last few steps down the cliff at Gwenva beach in the far west of Cornwall. I spent a good portion of my life trudging up and down these steps and before that the "goat path" at the other end of the beach.
These steps were put in to make access to the beach a little easier and to protect the rest of the cliff from erosion and it seems to have worked.
As you can probably see this is towards sunset. What you can't tell is this was taken in the middle of winter almost ten years ago. Some things don't change much and I expect the view would be pretty similar if you headed here anytime soon.