A mooch around Charlestown in 25 photos, starting by looking across the port and seeing a few of the sailing ships
Across the water is the Pier House - for coffee or something stronger or perhaps for a meal.
We are now looking at both sides of the port The water is reflecting a bright blue colour from the sky.
A couple of the cottages alongside the harbour.
A quick look at one of the two beaches. It had been a rough night judging by all of the seaweed on shore.
A couple of photos looking down the port
Lots of seats and umbrellas below for warmer days. Though the sky is blue it's still a bit nippy.
The harbour, but not many people about or any other activities. The pink cottage is the same one as found five photos back.
Here is the entrance to the harbour. It is tidal so not very deep water at the time of clicking.
Next, three photos also of the harbour.
Moving on now to the opposite side of the port to where we started - six photos in all.
Moving on to one of the ways out of Charlestown passing by the old chapel.
An art gallery and gifts emporium.
A cottage with some colour in the garden.
The final photo for today: The Rashleigh Arms pub and restaurant named after Charles Rashleigh.
So that's all for today unless, that is, you want to buy a new house in Charlestown!! A while back I mentioned how some new houses were being built in the village. Most of them are now sold but here's how they look.
All good wishes ~ Mike.