Well worth a visit! small place but views absolutely breathtaking and plenty of places to get food, drink or somewhere to stay. Will be back
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The museum was interesting and atmospheric, lots of oddities and bits of historic vessels, weapons and cargo. The tall ships experience was a total rip off and to be avoided, there is one dog eared ship which can be boarded but visitors aren't allowed below...More
Very attractive old port with limited parking and car park which accepts neither notes or cards and gives no change.Featured in episodes of Poldark so obviously proving an attraction and very plaesant walk around.
Enjoyed an evening walk round the harbour and drinks and dinner in one of the restaurants. A good range of places to eat and drink, our landlady said we wouldn't go far wrong with any of them. The shipwreck museum looked interesting, but we weren't...More
This has been the setting for quite a few TV dramas and films , e.g "Poldark". The village is unspoilt and as you walk around you are transported back in history . The harbour has a collection of sailing ships, one of which you are...More
Be sure to visit this gem. Park in the public car park. There is the harbour which has been used as a film set for series such as Poldark, visit the Shipwreck museum, numerous craft, art and gift shops. There are many excellent eateries and...More
Interesting harbour which is used in films and TV programmes. The settlement is picturesque with walks along the cliffs and sea shore. There are plenty of places to eat. There is a large car park which, I suspect, would get very busy at peak times.