St. Nectan’s Glen (Photography)

St. Nectan’s Glen Waterfall, Tintagel, Cornwall.

Meaning ‘deep wooded valley of Nathan’ (Cornish), St. Nectan’s Glen is a stunning 60ft waterfall not far from the famous home of the legendary King Arthur. The building above the waterfall (now a shop and cafe) is rumoured to be where the cell and chapel of Saint Nectan stood in the sixth century. There are many myths and stories connecting  King Arthur and his Knights to this beautiful, tranquil site. It’s a stunning walk and worth exploring if you are in the area. 20140710-143127-52287926.jpgimageimageimageimageimageimageimage

All Image © Phen Weston


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