The largest village on the Lizard peninsula is a historical location with ancient prehistoric burial ground and Celtic crosses still being found in the area today. Mullion is a coastal village with a thriving fishing industry, which ensures plenty of fresh seafood is available in Mullion’s delightful cafés and restaurants. Visit Coverack, Kynance Cove and Kennack Sands.
Why visit Mullion?
This unique village is found where two river valleys meet the sea. At low tide, Mullion’s harbour provides a great place to relax with a sand beach revealed providing breath-taking views of the Cornish coastline. The Lizard Peninsula has some great lesser-known beaches, villages and coves to discover.
Things to do in Mullion
Mullion is divided into two areas, the village and the harbour. The village is a sleepy Cornish village, so will give you a taste of rural Cornish life. Mullion Cove is an excellent spot to watch birdlife and marvel at the rugged coastline. Pick up the South West Coast Path to see even more of the area.
Why stay in a Mullion cottage?
Mullion is a superb choice for those wanting an escape off the beaten path. We have a great range of cottages in Mullion all surrounded by stunning scenery. With Cornwall cottages ranging from luxurious to cosy, we’re bound to have a property to suit your needs for a memorable holiday in Mullion.
Three must-see places to visit in Mullion
- Gunwalloe Beach is a great spot to sunbathe, swim or surf. Visit the church with its unusual stand-alone steeple.
- Take a stroll along the promenade at Coverack, a gentle walk for all the family.
- Roskilly’s Farm is a great day out for young families. The restaurant and ice cream must be tried.