Mullion Cove

Photograph of Mullion Cove

The largest village on the Lizard with shops, inns, cafes and restaurants, craft shops and art galleries. Mullion Cove is protected by the National Trust and has a pretty working harbour, protected from the winter gales that rage across Mount's Bay by two stout sea walls. Nearby Poldhu Cove has an accessible family beach and in December 1901, on the cliffs above Poldhu, Marconi conducted his famous experiment in trans-Atlantic radio communications.

The beach at Polurrian, popular with surfers, is approached by an attractive walk along the cliffs or through a valley, and is well worth the effort.

Click here for VisitCornwall’s guide to activities in and around Mullion Cove

Walks & Cycle Routes

Perranuthnoe Circular Walk - A short walk from Perranuthnoe Village in West Cornwall that includes part of the South West Coast Path.  The route includes magnificent views over Mount's Bay, and the inland return to Perranuthnoe Village and its church takes you through a landscape of small stoned wall fields that are typical of this part of the south coast of Penwith.

Rinsey Circular Walk - Spectacular views of both the Lizard and Penwith Peninsulars' whilst surrounded by the remnants of the areas mining heritage.  The inland sections also have superb views of the sea.

Perranporth to St Agnes - The majority of this walk is fairly level and enjoys excellent cliff top walking.  Experience the mining heritage from start to finish, keep your eye out for the birdlife and the wild flowers.

Click here for all walks that have been added to the Walk4Life website for in and around Mullion Cove
 

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