Cross the causeway where a legendary giant once walked. Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims or boat hop to an island where modern life meets layers of history. Discover an evocative castle, a sub-tropical garden paradise and a close-knit island community,
Accessed via a causeway or by boat, one of Cornwall's most iconic spots is a brilliant treasure trove for visitors. From the picturesque village and harbour, through the beautiful gardens to the historic castle where you can find out about the giant whose skeleton was found in the church, all ages…
Iconic Castle in the sea - worth a visit, at low tide walk along the causeway and get the boat at high tide.
Just a 10 min drive down the A394 Depending on the tides you can walk across or catch the little ferry . Beautiful gardens, views, cafe, gift shop and interesting tours of the castle.
A must visit. A unique little Island with its magical castle and beautiful gardens,cut off by the tide twice daily but can be accessed by friendly boatmen for a small charge or you can wait for the tide to ebb and meander across the cobbled causeway, enjoy a tasty meal or just a coffee and cake at…
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