The quintessential and “Pretty As A Picture” idyll of a Cornish fishing village. It is, yes, picturesque, for indeed a timeless ambience pervades the narrow streets, pastel-shaded cottages and busy fishing harbour. It can be crowded during the day , and its a long slog from the top end car park. Best visited in the evening and you can enjoy a quiet pint at the Blue Peter Inn, and if, in luck, listen to the Fisherman’s Choir practicing. Tea/gift shops, aplenty. Fishing trips.

Regatta mid-July. Park above the village.  


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