The Tours

Tintagel - A walk in history (approx 1 1/2 - 2 hours)

You will be taken on a guided walk, discovering the history of Tintagel and the legendary birthplace of King Arthur.

Taking in St Matrianna's church and the headland that overlooks the Tintagel castle ruins, showing a panoramic view of the island, it's new footbridge, offering a taster for a visit there to explore further....

Merlin's cave (complete access will vary with the tide)

Other interesting gems along the way.....

Lots of great photography opportunities.....

This tour will conclude at the 'one of a kind' King Arthurs Great Halls, where you can enter this magical space, the largest marble and granite hall in Europe, view the world's largest collection of pre-Raphaelite stained glass widows depicting the Arthurian legend, and get to sit on the granite throne......

If you wish to enter the halls (entry fee applicable) then you will be offered a 'FREE' guided tour to conclude your walk.

N.B.   Dog friendly (except King Arthur's Great Halls)

          Please be aware that due to steps and uneven ground on this walk, it is not advisable to those with limited              mobility.

          Appropriate footwear is advisable.

          This tour does not include admission to the Tintagel castle - visit English Heritage to make your own                        booking arrangements.

          This walk does not include admission to King Artur's Great Halls.

Rocky Valley - A walk through nature (approx 2 1/2 hours)

This tour will take in some of the most beautiful scenery walking down and along the  tree-laden path waterside path (where tradition has it the fae folk live), through the ruins of an old watermill mill. We will see ancient bronze age carvings and continue down to the valley - where and waterfalls can be admired - before strolling back up top to the coastal cliff path and along to Tintagel.

N.B.   

          Dog friendly.

          Please be aware that due to steps and uneven ground on this walk, it is not advisable to those with limited              mobility.

          Appropriate footwear is advisable.

St Nectan's Glen - A walk to the falls (approx 2 1/2 hours)

Another beautiful walk through nature, through woodland and following upstream to St Nectan's Glen waterfall, a stunning waterfall with it's amazing outlet where the water flows into a shallow pool in which you can walk in a nd feel the energies of this beautiful, spiritual, place.

N.B.

          Dog Friendly

          Please be aware that due to uneven ground on this walk, it is not advisable to those with limited mobility.                Appropriate footwear is advisable.