This picturesque 14th Century fishing village lies at the heart of the famous Cornish Riviera, which stretches from Fowey to Falmouth, along Cornwall’s beautiful southern coastline.
Mevagissey is still a working fishing village and offers a wide range of restaurants, pubs, shops, art galleries, museums and boat trips. The South West Coastal Footpath runs through the village, offering visitors memorable walks and magnificent views of the harbour, village and coastline. There is so much to see and do here all year round. Sailing, fishing, sunbathing, cycling and walking can be combined with Cornwall’s cultural heritage - elegant stately homes and beautiful formal gardens.
The famous Lost Gardens of Heligan lie only three miles inland and the world renowned Eden Project is just a nine mile drive. The sandy beaches of Gorran Haven, Caerhays, Hemmick and Pentewan are all within a five mile radius.
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