Mullion in Cornwall is the largest village on the Lizard Peninsula. It is a busy village with shops, inns, cafés and restaurants, craft shops and art galleries, plus in its centre is the 15th century church of St Mellanus.
Owned by the National Trust, Mullion Cove has a working harbour, with two sea walls protecting it, and was traditionally a centre for pilchard fishing as well as there being many local smugglers tales.
The main beach in the area is at Pollurian Cove, which is nearer to Mullion village than is Mullion Cove. It can be reached by a footpath on an beautiful walk along the cliffs. It is a sandy beach, good for the family and popular with surfers.
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