^^^We went up to the village of Tintagel, had dinner at the Cornishman Inn, and walked back to Penallick Inn by the road pathway, where we packed for the trip home and turned in early after a very physical day!
^^^One of the shots that everyone takes at Tintagel, but you can see why.
^^^A hiker we met on the way: “There’s not really a castle there, you know. Just a bunch of ruins.” Us: “YAY, RUINS!!!”
^^^Amazing views, too.
^^^”Gallos,” a recent sculpture installation referencing the legend that King Arthur’s castle was here.
There were caves! Neither of us had the guts to go to the very back of one long one, since it got dark back there.
Sandy, who had his reservations at first about coming down here, suggested that maybe we could spend the rest of the day on this beach. But it was our only full day here, and the tide was coming in, and we wanted to go to Tintagel Castle, so we reluctantly left.
Several posts with many photos and little commentary, because I don’t know that many synonyms for beautiful. So take a hike with us here.
Yes! We could see the ocean from our bedroom window after all! After a great breakfast, we walked a short way down to the Coast Path from our B&B, the Penallick Inn. Hikers there recommended that we turn left to go to Trebarwith Strand while the tide was out. It was very good advice.