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This is a great spot for rock pooling. At high tide the main harbour is full of water and the beach areas are underwater but at low tide you can access a beach just around the corner through a cave...it's like an adventure!
An area of amazing and natural beauty, the views from the cliff edge are breathtaking. Everybody sticks to the paths ensuring that all plants and wildlife are undisturbed. Really tranquil and nice place to go if you prefer to stay away from the beaches and...More
We attempted the costal walk, and the views to were we got up to were spectacular! However, we only had a little legged pooch and he couldn’t quite make the full journey. Would recommend to able walkers.
Most people simply drive through Mullion on the way to Mullion Cove, which really is a shame because the village of Mullion is actually rather nice. It is a very clean and tidy village that just cries out for a short, exploratory stroll, and there...More
Beautiful scenery with a tiny harbour. There are a couple of places to get food and drink such as crab sandwiches and ice cream. We were lucky to visit on a sunny day and the views were stunning.
There’s a couple of car parks that...More
This cove and its surrounding cliffs and headlands is magnificent and cannot be over praised.
Just sit for a few moments looking out to sea - you will soon loose yourself and be taken to a happier place.
If you are lucky you'll see dolphins....More
Mullion Cove is unique. A lovely, small, working harbour [four small fishing boats tethered on the hardstanding above the high water mark when we visited]. It's especially fascinating at low tide as you can walk down the steeply shelving sand right into the basin, and...More