Tintagel

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Review by Nick Barton on 18th August, 2009

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Not for the faint hearted,weary legged (or small children, dogs,the pregnant or vertigoed) Tintagel is one of the places that is better to visit on a glum day. For atmosphere this site cannot be beaten in the South West. The Rolling clear blue atlantic laps at the island and shore - it really is very beautiful indeed - and it requires little imagination to recall the dark ages and a mythical king. Nearby the town of Tintagel does a shameless trade on King Arthur Souvenirs though the ancient Post Office is also worth a visit

Date visited: aug 2009

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