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Walking around Mylor

Walk from Mylor Bridge to The Pandora Inn via Restronguet

From Mylor, if you take the walk along the left hand side of the creek (the greener side) you will pass some lovely quays on the water and views across the river towards St Just in Roseland and St Mawes (both easily accessible by boat or hop on the King Harry Ferry by Trelissick). Follow the path around and across Restronguet Beach, where you will get your first glimpse of The Pandora Inn’s famous pontoon (newly replaced in June 2018). Continue past the quaint cottages and you will come to the Inn, complete with thatched roof and gold post box to celebrate Ben Ainsley’s gold medal in the London 2012 Olympics. To get back to the village you can walk up the lane from the Pandora Inn

Walk from Mylor Bridge to the harbour and beyond

Mylor Harbour is a short walk along the right hand side of the creek, at the end you will find a bustling hub with watersports galore, café Mylor, Castaways Mylor, a boat yard, sailing clubs and a lovely church overlooking the water. If you continue past the harbour around the headland you will come to the lovely village of Flushing with a couple more pubs, a beach that gets the evening sun and from here you can hop on the ferry to Falmouth.