Tuesday 12 June 2012


We loved Charlestown and visited several times as it was close by and had some lovely places to eat.  The main attraction of the village centres around the harbour and old port which has remained unchanged for hundreds of years and is home to several beautiful wooden tall ships.  Several films have used the ships and the harbour for location filming.  The port was used in days gone by to transport China Clay from the mines around St Austell.

You really do feel like you have stepped back in time.

 It has a pretty little beach too and many gorgeous cottages.

If you ever get chance to visit - do.


Jan said...

I've really enjoyed your photos from Mevagissey and Charlestown.. they've brought back memories of my own holidays in the area. Thank you for sharing them. Jx

Lisa said...

It looks like a very romantic place.
Loving seeing your holiday photos!
Lisa x

greenthumb said...

Looks like a pretty little place.

diane b said...

An olde world charming place.

Jo said...

It looks wonderful. There's still many unspoilt places in Britain.

Rowan said...

I'd love to see those tall ships, it really looks an interesting place.

Lx @ Twelve said...

Did you manage to grab a coffee in Charlies?