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A 6.5 mile demanding but delightful walk through china clay country along the South West Coast Path. Starting from the picturesque fishing village of Mevagissey, travel inland through the medieval settlement associated with the famous Lost Gardens...more
| Mevagissey Car Park, Mevagissey PL26 6SU, England
Lovely harbour. Parking available at £5 for the day before you get to the harbour. Other short stay carparks at cheaper prices further into mevagissey. We where lucky to arrive early enough to find it less busy. Well worth a visit.
So many people are writing reviews that are not about the coastal path but about the lovely town of Mevagissey. We did do a very small part of the path when we visited and we can see it would be a very interesting if demanding...More
This was a family day trip from Somerset where we were staying on holiday. My husband chose this destination as he remembered it fondly from his childhood. We were not disappointed - it was a beautiful place with lots of quaint shops and a lovely...More
A good car park but when you get to the quayside all you can smell is fish and chips, this is the second time I have visited and it was just the same last time. I took a half hour boat trip which was very...More
Beautiful quaint fishing port,so picturesque, lovely array of quaint shops , chip shop food Delicious.set back in time! Hardly any shops take cards..cash only! Well worth a visit! Free museum, and Aquarium.. main car park ..cash only! well worth a visit.
We will never tire of this little fishing village. We found a hotel/tea room to left and up the cliff for about 20 mins. Stunning views whilst having a cream tea. Spend time just wandering or sitting near the quay its worth it every time....More
I've always felt more at home in Cornwall than just a visitor. Perhaps this is ancestral memory as part of my family came from Cornwall. However, it is not just this that draws me to Mevagissey on a regular basis. It is a working fishing...More