Mylor Bridge in Cornwall is a small village about 3 miles north of Falmouth. It is situated at the head of Mylor Creek, an arm of Carrick Roads. The nearby village of Mylor Harbour, whose origins have been traced back about 1200 years, has one of the oldest churches in the county (St. Mylor, from which the villages take their names).
Mylor Bridge is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, on the Cornish coastal footpath. It is a waterside village, with beautiful views of the creek. For walkers there is a lovely walk along the south side of the creek to Mylor Churchtown and Yacht Harbour, continuing via Trefusis Point to Flushing where the ferry can transport you to Falmouth.
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