Mevagissey is a working fishing harbour with origins in the 14th century. Fishing trips and ferry boat journeys are available on the harbour.
There are several beaches within easy reach of Mevagissey. There are also many coastal walks with panoramic views.
Dubbed the 'Eighth Wonder of the World' by some, Eden is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.
The first dome emulates a tropical environment, and the second a Mediterranean environment.
Explore the raw coastline of Mevagissey by walking the coastal path. Mevagissey is situated right between two villages - Pentewan and Port Mellon, both offering places to eat and relax after a trek.
Catch the Mevagissey to Fowey ferry, to explore the commercial sea port and historic fishing village, reknowned for it's yachts and sailing clubs. Fowey holds an annual regatta, where many events take place such as the famous Red Arrows air show.
Set in 26 acres of woodland the visitor can explore nature and historical trails leading up to a high viewpoint that gives a panoramic view of Wheal Martyn Pit a modern working clay quarry
Nestled in a secluded valley above Porthluney Cove, this 100-acres of woodland gardens is one of Britain's horticultural treasures.
A "working" 18th century port, a favourite location with film makers around the world. Square rigged sailing ships often in the harbour together with an excellent visitor centre.