Sunday 25 June 2023

The Peaceful Mullian Cove, Cornwall

We had a week away on Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula. One of the places we visited was Mullion Cove with it's granite harbour wall.

The cove has been occupied for several hundred years but the harbour wall wasn't built until the 1890's.

This was once  the home of a small pilchard fleet.

Below is a view from the harbour at low tide.

Looking down on the cove and harbour is the Mullian Cove Hotel with some lovely views.

Back to the harbour as the sea slowly returns.

The harbour entrance and wall.

Four more photos of Mullion cove.

Walking back along the lane, to our car, we saw these spirited horses. 

All in all a quiet peaceful walk.
Thanks for visiting my blog
all good wishes ~ Mike


  1. The cove looks a great place, I hope hour break refreshed you. Lovely photo's as always, the horses appear to be grooming each other.

    1. It was good to have a week away. We enjoyed the change and some different places to visit. Good wishes.

  2. From Mullian Cove we remember the great icecream!

  3. Good Morning Michael .Great photos.Pleased you have had a good week .We stayed in the village at Mullian and had lovely walks on the coastal paths .But you know l ♥️ love Lizard Area.

    1. Thanks for your comment. Yes, the Lizard area is something special, some beautiful views. and coves. I like church cove especially. Good wishes.

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  5. Well I've really enjoyed catching up on your posts Mike. Looks like you had a super week. Take care :0 x

    1. Thanks for the comments, Lulu, we were so lucky to see lots of sunshine. All good wishes.



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