Mevagissey refers to the town of St Meva and St Issey, first recorded as a hamlet in 1313. A picturesque, unique 14th Century fishing village located on the South Cornwall Coast at the end of a valley close to the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project
Upcoming Event - Celebrate English Wine Week at nearby Knightor Winery, Trethurgy, St Austell, 2 June - music, wine tastings and more. Information is available at their website.
Take a trip on the Mevagissey to Fowey Ferry (timetable) Departure from Mevagissey is from the lighthouse Quay.
There are many beautiful local walks in the area - South West Coast Path
The nearby Parish of Gorran Haven is one of the gems of South Cornwall.There are two village beaches which are amongst the safest in the County making them ideal for the whole family.
The Mevagissey Tourist Information Centre is right at the centre of things in the village in St George's Square, opposite the Post Office on the way down to the harbour. We have a wealth of Mevagissey based knowledge and can help you with Pre-paid Eden tickets and accommodation enquiries