Things to Do
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Troy Town Maze has been the subject of much speculation as to its origins and why it should have been built there. It is a seven ring unicursal (single line) pebble maze of a type common in Scandinavia where such mazes were usually built on the sea shore to protect sailors by ensuring a fair wind....
Enjoy a conducted or self conducted tour around St. Martin's vineyard, and sample our white, red and rose wines - or simply visit the shop/visitor centre.
Isle Of Scilly
Defining the harbour is the lifeboat station, inside you will find paintings, models and accounts of rescues from past to present.
Ask anyone who lives on St. Mary's why they love Pelistry and the same reasons pop up. Pelistry Bay is almost always deserted, the Eastern Isles gather in the distance and sustenance is only a five minute walk away. Lastly, if that wasn't enough, Toll's Island is perfect to explore at low water...
Offers taster sessions or full RYA courses in Sailing, Windsurfing & Power boating for all abilities. Kayaks, dinghies and dayboats for hire.
Fortified walls encircling the headland west of Hugh Town, begun about 1588 and added to during the period c1715-46 as part of the island's defences. Small site exhibition.
North Farm Gallery is located in Higher Town and is open all year with a stunning collection of paintings, jewellery, cards, postcards and books.
There is a raw beauty and remoteness to this gorgeous beach, nestled on the north side of the island. Great Bay is a vast expanse of creamy sand and is not to be missed
Scilly Walks offers guided walks, boat trips, slide shows and short break holidays to introduce you to the archaeology and history of the Isles of Scilly
Previously called King Edward's Tower this well know landmark has been maintained since 1912 as a memorial to the King's visit, but was originally a windmill built in 1834 to replace the earlier Peninnis Mill. It stands on a kerbed platform which probably incorporates the remains of a Bronze Age...