The small and quaint town of Mullion is located in Cornwall, which is in the United Kingdom. Although it only houses around 2,000 yearlong residents, it is visited by a massive number of tourists each year thanks to all of the amenities and tourist attractions it offers. Whether you want to sit back and relax with a pint of your favorite drink while having some delicious seafood or visit ancient ruins and learn about the past, Mullion may be the perfect vacation spot for you and your family.

Mullion is located on the extreme west coast of the Lizard Peninsula, in the southwest region of the United Kingdom. The town, or village, of Mullion is located at the convergence of two rivers and the sea, thus making it a thriving place for the fishing industry. Many people in this valley region make their way by fishing in the rivers and sea, as this is a wonderful fishing area due to the location. Others in the town of Mullion find that the booming tourism industry that has arisen in the past few decades helps with their livelihood.

Mullion has a very rich and interesting history which dates back farther than most of us can even imagine. Recently, during the last century, remains of ancient prehistoric burial mounds have been found in the Mullion area. Celtic crosses and other evidence of people of Celtic descent have also been found throughout the area. Thanks to these burial sites and other historical sites, visitors to the area often come to Mullion to learn about the past.

While visiting the beautiful village of Mullion one can find a number of different types of restaurants and pubs. These restaurants offer all types of food for your pleasure. Due to the wonderful location of the town on the river and sea, local fresh seafood specials are a specialty for the area. Most restaurants feature a daily special depending on what is in season for the area. If you are a vegetarian, many of the restaurants have vegetarian menus available. Some of the local pubs and restaurants offer live music for your entertainment. Also, many of the restaurants in the area are handicap accessible to cater to the needs of those who are mobility impaired.

If you want to escape to a small peaceful village in the Cornwall area, then Mullion might be the place for you. One of the most relaxing things to do while vacationing in the area is to visit one of their beautiful beaches. If you have ever been to the coast in this area of the United Kingdom, you know that set amidst the rocky shorelines and dark jagged cliffs, there are some spectacular beaches. There are around a half dozen outstanding beaches within walking distance of the town of Mullion. Many of these have bathrooms available, as well as parking in case you decide to drive, and all have beautiful views.

Many tourists in the area also want to give a try to the largest industry for Mullion; fishing. If you are interested in going on a fishing excursion, you should go down to the harbor. At the harbor area you will find a number of boats for hire that can take you out for a few hours or an entire day. Due to the local fishing industry, it is a very busy harbor. This is also a great place to go and observe. Young children as well as adults will be delighted by watching the fishing boats go in and out of the harbor and unload their fresh catches for the day. If you do visit the area, please remember that this is their livelihood, and act accordingly.

While vacationing in the Mullion area, there are a number of places available for you to choose from to stay. You will find bed and breakfasts, hotels of the small and large variety, as well as self-catering accommodations. If you are interested in staying at a bed and breakfast, you can find one that caters to your personal preferences. Some bed and breakfasts cater mostly for couples, while others welcome children into their homes. Most offer wonderful breakfasts, and many offer delicious dinners at your request for an extra fee. Bed and Breakfasts are a wonderful choice of lodging if you want to try something different from the traditional hotel stay. You get to have close personal interaction with the owners and operators, which may help you, get a feel for the local atmosphere. If you enjoy luxurious hotels, you are in luck for your stay in the Mullion area. There are only a few hotels in the area, but most offer wonderful views of the water and countryside and amenities abound for your stay. If you prefer staying on your own, much like you are in your own home, there are lots of self-catering accommodations available in Mullion and the surrounding areas.

By doing a quick search on the internet for self-catering accommodations, you can find a plethora of websites offering everything from small cottages to large homes and condominiums for your lodging needs. Self-catering accommodations are very nice if you have a large family. Also, many self-catering accommodations allow a pet, which is wonderful and can save you lots of money on pet boarding, if you are a person who enjoys taking your family pets with you on your holiday.

If you are interested in visiting the beautiful town of Mullion, you can now see there are a variety of things to keep you busy. Swimming, sunbathing, eating delicious food at a local pub or a fancy restaurant, or simply laying around in a luxurious hotel room are all choices for you during a stay at Mullion. Whether you go fishing with a local sea captain or hit one of the beautiful beaches alongside the magnificent cliffs, there is something fun and relaxing to be found for almost everyone in the peaceful town of Mullion.


Mullion Cove Hotel, Polurrian Hotel and Ridgeback Lodge Hotel, will ensure that you have a happy and comfortable stay at Mullion.

Bed & Breakfast
The Old Vicarage, Parc Cres, Campden House, Trenance Farmhouse, Meaver Crease Farm, Westward and The Mounts Bay Guest House, offer you a clean cosy bead and delicious home-cooked breakfast.

Cliff Top Cottage, Criggan Mill, Seaspray Cottage, Caunce Head, Nanplough Farm Cottage, and Alma Guest House, will warmly welcome you to their delightful cottages.

You can enjoy the rare beauty of Mullion, by camping out in its fresh air. Franchis Holidays, Weststar Holiday Park and Mullion Holiday Park will be glad to rent-out their comfy caravans to you.

You can get your fill of the scrumptious local sea-fare and a mug of chilled beer at The Old Inn, The Mounts Bay and Mullion Cricket Club.

Sea-side Delight
The lovely and peaceful sea-side village of Mullion is sure to delight your heart and soothe your soul. You won’t know what you’re missing, until you visit it...

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Surrounded by many spectacular coves and beaches, Mullion in Cornwall has a reputation for being the largest village in Cornwall. The Church of St Mellanus, which is nested in the center of Mullion, is famous for its intricately carved oak bench ends, which depict biblical scenes. For those who prefer exploring, walking along the cliffs will be worthwhile. Poldhu beach, which is just a stone’s throw away, is a favorite with families. This village in Cornwall is filled to its brim with inns, cafeterias, crafts and souvenir shops and many other attractions which will make it hard for visitors to bid goodbye after a memorable holiday.