Holiday Cottages in Mevagissey
Mevagissey is an attractive village and fishing port five miles south of St. Austell. This was once the centre of Cornwall's pilchard fishery with boat building traditions dating back to 1745. The village still boasts a working harbour with local fisherman heading out each morning.
The name Mevagissey is derived from the names of two saints, St Meva and St Issey and dates back to 1313. From the top of Polkirt Hill there is a great view over the cobbled streets, the harbour and the yachting pool. Mevagissey is also ideally located for a visit to the nearby Lost Gardens of Heligan.
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