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Tintagel is on the north coast of Cornwall, set high on cliffs overlooking the sea, and Tintagel is the legendary site of King Arthur's conception and birth. Tintagel Castle was built 800 years ago by the Earl of Cornwall, brother of the King of England. The earl was intrigued by the legends of King Arthur and his infamous Camelot. The castle was constructed to resemble the court where it's believed King Arthur reigned for so many years.
More information on history can be found at Wikipedia.
There is no parking on site. Pay and display parking is in the village, about 600 metres away.
There is a picnic area to enjoy whilst sitting on the grassed areas, with fantastic views of the coast. You can relax on the beach below the castle - one of Tintagel’s best kept secrets. Perfect for a quick paddle, a spot of sun worship or exploring the rock pools.
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