Merlin’s Travels: Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lost Gardens of Heligan is a restored and lovely garden (one of the biggest in Europe), located near the town of Mevagissey, U.K. Until 1990 it was still covered by brambles, but it is now one of the most visited destinations in Cornwall. Spread on over 200 acres, it is full of luxurious vegetation, romantic corners, beautiful sculptures and picturesque views. It is worth spending a whole day there, especially if the weather is warm and sunny. There are two cafés and a farm shop, where we bought a delicious local cider 😛 Don’t be scared off by the price of the ticket, because it is totally worth it! (tickets can also be bought online and in advance, together with Eden Projects ones). Now onto the pictures and don’t forget to check my Facebook page for more pictures! 🙂

See you soon for more pictures from Cornwall!! 🙂

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View of Mevagissey from the gardens
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The Italian garden

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