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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
From GBP255.00

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Tourist Information Centre

The Lille Tourist Office is located in the Country Kitchen café and is the place to buy maps, book your accommodation or tickets for attractions near Mevagissey such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan and...
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Mevagissey Museum

This museum is a real gem, documenting the port’s rich history, full of information, historic pictures and it even has a Cornish kitchen complete with Cornish range cooker, Clome oven (where you had...
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Outer Harbour

An outer harbour was added in 1888, but the walls and lighthouse were washed away in the great blizzard in 1891. The outer walls were rebuilt and completed by 1897. Since then more expensive work has...
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Lighthouse

The original Mevagissey lighthouse was destroyed in the great blizzard of 1891; this lighthouse is renowned for leading to the town supposedly being the first in the UK to have street lighting. In...
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Inner Harbour

The inner harbour consisting of the current East and West Quays dates back to 1774 and does dry out, visiting boats are not allowed inside. This harbour is where most of the activity is and is...
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Mevagissey Aquarium

The Mevagissey Harbour Marine Aquarium was officially re-opened in June 2006 and is located within the old lifeboat house; the aquarium is a charity run project that raises awareness between the...
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The Eden Project

About 10 miles away from Mevagissey between St Austell and Bodmin is the world famous Eden Project. Two huge biospheres in an old china clay pit, the Eden Project brings a rainforest and a...
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The Eden Project

Eden Project, you have got to see the Eden project even if it is only the once,it is very impressive.Buses: Run daily from St Austell, Newquay, Helston, Falmouth and Truro to the Eden Project. For...
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The Lost Gardens of Heligan

This place really needs your full attention for the day, especially if the weather is good.I suppose you could split the visit up into two sections. The first section being the gardens and tropical...
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The Eden Project

The Green Lady,there is all sorts to see here at eden project also different cultures,but without spoiling it for you,i will say its worth a trip and allow a full day.The Eden Project communicates its...
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Lost Gardens of Heligan

with Over 200 acres of superb working Victorian gardens and pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens. Summerhouses, lawns, lakes and ponds, huge productive gardens and...
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Ferry from Mevagissey to Fowey

if you get the chance ,take the ferry from Mevagissey to the delightful port of Foweythere is several shops and cafes to seeyou can also hire a small boat to explore the inlets.If you are lucky you...
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Making a Splash

Out on the breakwater (left hand one), we came across a group of young girls taking the plunge. They were running, and jumping into the water, some 20 feet below. They knew that the water was deep...
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Inner Harbour

The inner harbour is a colourful sight with the fishing boats and daily sea catch being brought in.Megavissey is the largest fishing village in Mevagissey Bay. Its working harbour has an unbroken...
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