Mevagissey is a small fishing village in Cornwall which is situated in the South of England. Due to being a small parish people might be under the impression that there isn't much to see and do here, however that just isn't the case. Stay at any one of the absolutely amazing Mevagissey B&B's so that you can make the most of all the wonderful attractions. Bring the whole family down or go on a solo adventure in the South of England and you will, without a doubt have an outstanding holiday away from the hectic nature of day-to-day modern life.
A unique historical aspect of the village is the spectacular Mevagissey Harbour. It had to be rebuilt in the late 19th century but the harbour walls on the inside date back to when it was first built in 1774. When you stay at one of the wonderful Mevagissey B&B's you will never be far away from this incredible piece of not only Cornwall's history but English history as a whole. There are numerous different boat trips that can be taken over the water such as fishing trips or if you would enjoy something more exhilarating then you could also take a ride on one of the speedboats.
If the weather is less than ideal and you are looking for something to do indoors then you could visit the local aquarium or the local museum. Make sure to also stay at a luxurious Mevagissey B&B so that you have somewhere to relax after taking in all the local natural life and history. The aquarium is a small charity run organisation that is there to entertain and educate people on the local marine life and is definitely worth a visit. The museum is really something special if you are interested in local English history, the building itself is even an incredible piece of culture, as it dates back to 1745.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan draws thousands of visitors every year, and it also won an award in 2018 for best-named attraction in the UK, all for good reason. It is highly recommended that you stay at a Mevagissey B&B so that you have somewhere that you can rest after experiencing one of the finest attractions in the UK. From World War One to the late 1990s the gardens were lost to the world, then a massive restoration project brought the gardens back to life. 200 stunning acres of natural life is a sight that just can't be left unseen by anyone.
These are just some of the amazing attractions that all visitors must take the time to see, and when seeing all these sights you should also have a room at a Mevagissey B&B so that you have a wonderful place to spend your evenings too. Every June you could go to the Mevagissey Feast Week, a tradition that has been going on for hundreds of years. The only way to truly experience all the wonders of Mevagissey is to book a trip today.