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St Michaekl's mount seen from Marazion across the causeway leading to the island

St Michael’s Mount

Majestic Michael rises – he whose browIs crowned with castles, and whose rocky sidesAre clad with dusky ivy; he whose base,Beat by the storms of ages, stands unmoved,Amidst the wreck of things – the changes of time,That base, encircled by the azure wavesWas once with verdue clad; the towering oaks,Whose awful shades among the Druids …

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Glendurgan Gardens

Just outside of Falmouth and the village of Mawnan Smith sits a real gem in the National Trust’s collection of magnificent gardens. The Gardens are situated through a long valley that leads down to the Helford river, and it’s this valley terrain that we think makes this a truly magical place. You’re surrounded by the …

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