The magic of north Cornwall can be found in the village of Tintagel.
For hundreds of years the area has been famous for its King Arthur legend, including the historic castle on the cliffs. For more than 800 years a magical tale has been told that Tintagel was the birthplace of the noble King Arthur.
He was protected from evil by Merlin the magician who lived below the castle in a cave.
As many mysteries remain about Tintagel as facts are known. Today the two are inextricably entwined and the village remains one of the most awe inspiring and romantic spots in the UK.
The castle is found in the spectacular setting of the dramatic north Cornwall coast. Atlantic breakers crash against the cliffs, and through Merlin's cave, as visitors climb the steep but breathtaking path to Tintagel Island.
The ruins of the 13th Century stronghold of the Earls of Cornwall continue to be explored by people from all over the world.
On the mainland itself, the gaunt remains of the medieval castle represent only one phase in a long history of occupation.
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