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Mullion Cove

Nestled between steep cliffs rich in wildlife, the calm turquoise sea of the cove often gives way to powerful storms, as it faces into the full force of the Atlantic.

on the Lizard peninsula, near Helston, Cornwall, TR12 7ES

View of harbour from the beach at Million Cove, Cornwall

Important notice

Parts of the harbour area will be closed for filming and launching vessels will be restricted from Monday 8th July to Monday 15th July 2024. We thank everyone in advance for their patience and support.

Planning your visit

Stormy weather hitting the breakwater at Mullion Harbour

Our work at Mullion Cove 

Mullion Harbour has been withstanding the Atlantic waves since the 1890s. Find out about our work adapting to climate change at Mullion Cove.

Several people in tandem kayaks are paddling in the water at Mullion Cove, Cornwall.

Things to do at Mullion Cove 

Explore Mullion Cove on the west coast of the Lizard Peninsula and you'll find a picturesque harbour, wildlife such as seals and seabirds, and the chance to go kayaking.

A visitor walking with a dog along the shoreline at Mullion Cove

Visiting Mullion Cove with your dog 

Find out where you can take your dog when you visit Mullion Cove in Cornwall, and what facilities are available for them.

A drone pilot flying a drone over the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset, with countryside visible in the background and blue skies above.

Flying drones at our places 

All aerial activity above our sites is prohibited unless specific permission is granted, according to an existing byelaw.

Coastal landscape near Kynance with rocks & thrift in the foreground and the sea in the background.

Walks from Teneriffe Farm Campsite 

Join us for a social countryside walk starting at Teneriffe Farm Campsite, taking in the surrounding countryside and dramatic coastline along the south west coast path, guided by a volunteer walk leader.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland

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