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Short-term parking is available on Lighthouse Quay, on the south side of the harbour. Follow the signs (warning, twisty!) out to the harbour and keep right. There is a ticket machine for pay and display.
Sunny Corner is a medium-sized , privately owned car park in Chapel Square. To reach Sunny Corner you have to drive into the village and commit to the one-way system, so please be sure that your vehicle and driving skills can both cope with the narrow lanes and tight corners.
Sunny Corner, Chapel Square, Mevagissey, St Austell, Cornwall.
Willow Car Park is privately owned, and is the largest of Mevagissey's car parks. It is easy to find, has plenty of level space, and is the only one able to take coaches and motorhomes. Motorhome owners can even park over-night, a big plus for anybody wishing to stay and explore a little more. Look for the signs on the left as you enter the village, you can't miss it. Tickets are available by the hour, day, week etc and the car park is manned during the season, with an automatic ticket-machine for out-of-hours/season visitors.
If you visit by coach, this will be your drop-off and pick-up point.
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The local surgery is based in a single-story building at the bottom of the small car park in River Street. Vistors staying in the area may register as temporary residents to received urgent medical attention.
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Staying for longer? You may wish to visit Mevagissey for more than just a few weeks, or even end up moving here (it happens!), in which case Mevagissey Community Primary School web site is a useful link for parents. Visit it at: www.mevagisseyschool.co.uk.
Like most British holiday destinations Mevagissey is, naturally, busier during the summer season. During the summer months when the schools are on holiday accommodation and restaurant tables can be in short-supply, so high season visits are best booked in advance. During the "six weeks" of the school holidays you may find that most restaurants will not take bookings, as the demand is so hight it's fairer to offer tables on a "first come, first served" basis. If you want to be sure of eating in your first choice, check with them during the day and if advised, turn up early.
Out of season many businesses close down for a well-earned rest for the owners, and some refurbishment for the premises. Mevagissey is lovely in the winter, but be prepared for fewer choices.
Mevagissey is served by Western Greyhound (524/5), with regular buses (every half-hour at time of writing) to St Austell.
In addition we have the local Gorran Bus providing excursions, and regular shopping trips. Visit their website for more information.
The crossing takes approximately 35 minutes. Please arrive early to ensure a seat. Tickets are sold on board (including return leg). Dogs are welcome (free) - cycles by prior arrangement. You may not see basking sharks, dolphins, gannets or the odd warship (but you might!) You can be sure of an interesting and enjoyable day out. All sailings are subject to sea conditions. Cancellations are broadcast on BBC Radio Cornwall at 25 & 55 minutes past each hour. (c) Fowey Ferry
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Locally owned and run, the only Mevagissey-based taxi service.
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