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  • 10 of the Most Stunning Secret Places in West Cornwall
    With the advent of the internet, there are a less and less secret places to get away from it all and enjoy a little piece of uninterrupted beauty. Some do still exist, but they are few and far between.
  • Gallos - King Arthur Sculpture
  • Rocky Valley Labyrinths
    A wooded gorge, carved into the slate rocks by the Trevillet river cascades down to the ocean. En route it passes derelict mills dating back to the 18th century, but Rocky Valley is home to traces of much older civilisation. Possibly as old as 3,000 years are the Rocky Valley Labyrinths, a set of rock carvings of maze-like motifs.
  • Halliggye Fogou
    Halliggye Fogou is a remarkably well-preserved underground tunnel dating back to the Iron Age. Located on the Trelowarren Estate, on the Lizard Peninsula, the site is believed to date back to the 5th century BC. Little is known about the purpose of these underground chambers; possible uses include storage chambers, hiding places or some kind of shrine.
  • Dupath Well
    Located a short distance from Callington is what appears to be a curiously small, but sturdily built chapel. This is in fact Dupath Well, the most impressive and best preserved example of a medieval well house in Cornwall.
  • Cornwall's Biggest, Tallest, Oldest...
    It being a somewhat miserable, rainy day I started thinking about a few "Cornish World records".