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"Port Isaac
"Port Isaac Padstow and Tintagel one-day luxury private guided tour from Cornwall""This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or other accomodation for the trip to North Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is available to all but there are some steep hills to negotiate on foot particularly at Port Isaac. Some elements of the Tintagel tour may not be suitable for all as the castle is only accessible by a narrow high Bridge nevertheless there are many other sights to see.You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to Padstow. This bustling fishing port as a great choice of shops in its narrow streets a busy harbour where you can take a ride on a speedboat
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"Full-Day Guided Private Port Isaac
Port Isaac Padstow and Tintagel one day luxury private guided tour from Devon"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be collected from your hotel or other accommodation for the trip to North Cornwall in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. The tour is available to all but there are some steep hills to negotiate on foot particularly at Port Isaac. Some elements of the Tintagel tour may not be suitable for all as the castle is only accessible by a narrow high Bridge nevertheless there are many other sights to see. You will be collected from your hotel at an agreed time for the drive to Padstow. This bustling fishing port as a great choice of shops in its narrow streets a busy harbour where you can take a ride on a speedboat and great views of the estuary and beaches from the headland walk. Celebrity Chef Rick Stein has a number of restaurants in the town
From GBP255.00
 
Historic Plymouth luxury one-day private guided tour from Cornwall
"This tour is for a maximum of 6 people in a luxury Land Rover Discovery. You will be collected from your hotel by your local guide and you will journey to Plymouth where you will step on to the world famous Plymouth Hoe with its panoramic views and stunning historical significance. Hear about Drake and the Armada see Smeatons Tower the iconic lighthouse which once stood on the fearsome Eddystone reef 14 miles offshore as well as numerous other tales of this great seafaring City. You then arrive at the Barbican visiting the Mayflower Steps and museum seeing the Elizabethan House and visiting the place where it is said the Pilgrim fathers had their last meal before setting out for the new world in 1620. Next your guide will drive you to the historic Royal William Yard the stunning collection of grade one listed buildings that used to supply the provisions for the Royal Navy. A short walk visits places of real historic significance including the spot where a voyage once left which changed our whole understanding of the world around. Lunch at one of the many excellent eateries at the RWY (not included). You've got a fantastic choice for the afternoon (subject to availability one of the oldest in the world• Visit of the historic Mount Edgcumbe with its grade one listed landscape and centuries of history and maybe try your hand at divining• Sightseeing trip on Plymouth Sound
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Cash machines and ATMs

There aren't any bank cash machines in Mevagissey.If you looking for cash for that must have ice cream by the harbour, then its better to plan ahead and go to the post office during the day when it's...
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Tranquil Harbour

Whenever you visit Mevagissey you will always find something different; the state of the tide, weather, or just different buildings. We sat here, near the Eastern breakwater, eating our lunch (fish...
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Rugged Coastline

My opinion between Devon and Cornwall,Devon has the Countryside and Cornwall has the Beaches.Just one thing to remember, nothing happens quickly in Cornwall, so dont be suprised to see notices...
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Other Attractions

Walk along the righthand quay, towards the breakwater, and you will see the old Lifeboat Station. This building now houses a local Aquarium, displaying (they say) locally caught fish and other sea...
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Blue Skies and a tiny beach

Don't come to Mevagissey expecting to laze on the miles of golden, sandy beaches! What you see in the photo here, is almost all of the beach. And when the tide's high, there's no beach at all. I have...
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Picturesque Harbour

All of Mevagissey is picturesque, and nowhere more so than the harbour. Here is my brother (VT member 'videoking'), standing on the harborside, admiring the view. My family actually lived here in...
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Mevagissey Harbours

There are inner and outer harbours to the little fishing village of Mevagisey.The inner harbour dates back to 1774, and the outer harbour to 1888. Unfortunately the outer harbour walls were washed...
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Inns of Mevagissey

There are several inns and cafes to while away your time in if the weather is inclement.The olde worlde inns, like The Fountain, which dates from the15th century, were once the haunts of cornish...
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The meaning of Mevagissey

The name originates in the old Cornish dialect for "Meva-ag-issey", which means "the towns of Meva and Issey". Meva and Issey were two 6th century Irish missionaries who came to convert the area to...
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Narrow roads - No Parking!

The roads leading downto the harbour are really narrow so don't try parking here. It easier to park just outside town and walk into Mevagissey down to the harbour - only takes a couple of minutes and...
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Eden Project – The Outside Gardens

The Outdoor Gardens were once part of a clay mine and is now miles of paths twisting and turning all around the slopes of the old pit. Surrounding the Biomes there are over 3,000 varieties of plants...
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Portloe

The minuscule village of Portloe, small enough to not even appear on Google Maps, is one of Cornwall's most beautiful fishing villages. Despite the fame it has earned by being chosen as a location for...
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truro cathedral

The pride of Truro, the cathedral is a magificent building. Admission is free , donations welcome. There is a lovely Nave for peace and contemplation. The Victorians laid the foundation stone for the...
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The Harbour

Polperro Harbour, is without doubt, one of the prettiest harbours in Cornwall. Even if you come in the middle of summer you’ll love it, but if you can manage to come out of season and spend an evening...
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Heritage Museum of Smuggling and Fishing

I’m afraid this smashing little museum is one of those places where photography isn’t allowed so I’m not able to give you a glimpse of what’s inside. It’s a shame, but understandable, because there...
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St Mawes

Located on the Roseland Peninsula in eastern Cornwall, St Mawes is most famous for its castle - which, alas, we didn't visit. Instead, we walked through the picturesque centre of St Mawes, up and down...
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