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A 3.6 mile walk on part of the South West Coast Path around Tintagel, made a romantic destination for Victorian tourists by poets such as Tennyson, whose 'Idyll of the Kings' set the tale of King Arthur in what is still one of Britain's most visited...more
All reviews stunning views great walk king arthur range rover steep steps the cliff limited mobility land rover walked down english heritage merlins cave well worth the visit great place to visit sunny day castle ruins car park scenery
The coast walk from Tintagel is not for the faint hearted. As well as walking 9 miles we climbed up and down repeatedly but it was well worth it for the stunning views. Wear proper walking boots and take snacks and water as there is...More
What an amazing experience to see the remains of the castle that was built in the medieval times! To walk around the cliffs with those amazing views, and see the statue of king Arthur that was erected on those hills! Absolutly worthwhile making the trip!
I wasn't disappointed with this, being lucky with the weather, which was slightly warm for this time of year in the UK, I was treated to some stunning, sunny views of this picturesque part of the Cornish coastline. Being a history buff, Arthur geek and...More
Drove here from Penzance and was quite a drive through very narrow English roads once off the motorway. Enjoyed the time walking down to the beach seeing Merlin's cave and the carving in the rock. The walk across to the castle was spectacular and for...More
The weather was beautiful just right for a walk. We walked down to the beach where you can see Merlins cave. You don't need to buy a ticket to go down there unless you intend to visit the castle. From there we walked and walked...More
Thoroughly enjoyed my time here walking around where the infamous King Arthur was potentially residing.
This is an amazing part of history with stunning views and cliffs to take scenic photos from along little plaques informing you of the Legend that is King Arthur. I...More
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The scenery here is beautiful, big cliffs, crashing waves and probably seals and you can look across to the castle. So personally i think yes as still lots to see. If you've spare time, stroll a bit further south along the... More
The scenery here is beautiful, big cliffs, crashing waves and probably seals and you can look across to the castle. So personally i think yes as still lots to see. If you've spare time, stroll a bit further south along the Coast Path from point 3 on the walk map (see the web link) to look into the dramatic abandoned Penhallic slate quarries.