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Things to See


Mylor Church

A short walk from Mylor Bridge is Mylor Church, dedicated to St Mylor and Mylor Yacht Harbour. Within the grounds of this idyllic country church stands a 10 ft tall Celtic stone cross which dates back to the 10th Century.

Mylor Harbour

The harbour is home to over 400 moorings and some impressive vessels. To get a view of Mylor from the sea you can hire a boat.

Enys Gardens

The historic Enys Gardens are very close to Mylor and are open three days a week between April and September. The best time to visit the gardens is in late April and early May when the spring bluebells are in full bloom, turning the meadows a mesmerising blue.

Trelissick Gardens

Just north of Mylor there's Trelissick Gardens, a National Trust property with an honestly presented country house at its centre. The gardens stretch down to the river Fal and the King Harry Ferry, which takes you across the river to St Mawes, just beyond it.