Best Things to See & Do in Mousehole

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  • Carn Kenidjack

    The Tinners Way is an ancient 18 mile (29Km) trail from St Ives to Cape Cornwall in St Just. The walk takes in everything that is quintessentially West Penwith, starting on the rugged north coast and heading inland across high moor which has...

  • Carfury Standing Stone

    The tall, slender menhir at Carfury stands at about 10 feet (3m) tall. The stone was known as Cuckoo Rock at one time and it is possible that it was one of a pair as their is a larger fallen stone nearby

    In 1958 the site was...

  • The five holed stones found on Kenidjack Common are somewhat of an enigma. Relatively little known when compared to neighbouring Tregeseal East stone circle and virtually unheard of when compared to the nearby superstar of...

  • Treryn Dinas - Treen Castle

    On the far side of Porthcurno cove is the imposing and rugged granite headland of Treryn Dinas or Treen Castle. These cliffs are best known as the location of Logan Rock, a naturally occurring 65 ton rock balanced 100ft (30m...

  • Bosiliack Barrow

    Bosiliack Barrow is an example of a Scillonian entrance tomb found scattered over the West Penwith peninsula and the Scillies, but is unique insofar as its rediscovery and listing as such is very recent (C20th) and so it has suffered little...

  • Bodrifty Round House

    More than sixteen Neolithic quoits and tombs and more than twenty Bronze Age monuments have been found on the Penwith moors, which are also home to Bodrifty Iron Age village, one of the best-preserved of its kind in the world....
  • Chun Castle Entrance

    Chun Castle is an impressive Iron Age hill fort on the summit of Chun Downs, near Penzance. Roughly circular, the fort consists of two stone walls, each measuring nearly three meters high and flanked by an external ditch,...

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