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The current harbour is built on the site of a medieval quay; the distinctive twin harbour provides a safe haven for the many fishing boats that land their daily catch of skate, lobster, plaice and sole. The harbour also offers tourist fishing trips and there is a regular summer passenger ferry to Fowey.

Each year at the end of June, Mevagissey celebrates Feast Week, a week of family fun, music, and floral dances through the streets; finally at the end of the week there is a carnival and a fireworks display.

Mevagissey is within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which along with National Parks, are considered to be the most special landscapes in the country and belong to an international family of protected areas. It is a designation aimed at conserving and enhancing the natural beauty of the area.

Local attractions

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lost Gardens of Heligan

With 200 acres to explore it is the largest garden restoration in Europe, bursting with romance and intrigue around every corner.

Feast Week

Feast Week

Mevagissey has celebrated the ‘Feast of St Peter’ since 1754 which has evolved into a fantastic community event.

The biggest local attraction is the Lost Gardens of Heligan but also nearby is the Eden Project and less than a forty minute drive away is Newquay and its surf beaches, Truro and Falmouth. Located at the top of the Roseland Peninsula Mevagissey is an ideal base to holiday in and explore Cornwall and the Roseland.

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