Geographical Links throughout the County of Cornwall
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|These pages list most of the towns and villages in Cornwall.
Each entry includes a brief pen picture of the place.
If you are seeking more detailed information
click on the appropriate button at the end of the description.
This will open a new page containing information relevant to the town or village.
Places with names in bold letters within the description have their own entry in these pages.
|Towns and Villages - M|
|MARAZION (from the Cornish Marghas-vyghan meaning "little market") is on the south coast in the middle of Mount's Bay with a commanding view of St Michael's Mount.|
|MAWNAN (named after the parish saint) is on the coast between Falmouth and Helston.|
|MENHENIOT (from the Cornish Mahenyet meaning "the sanctuary of St Neot") is a rural village near Liskeard.|
|MEVAGISSEY is a fishing village to the south of St Austell. The name originates from two 6th Century Irish missionaries called Meva and Issey. A harbour has existed at Mevagissey since 1430 although the current harbour dates from the end of the 19th Century.|
|MILLBROOK is in the east of Cornwall between Torpoint and Rame Head.|
|MOUSEHOLE (the Cornish name Porth Ynys means "island cove") is a fishing village to the south of Penzance. Famous for it's Christmas lights. It was once described by the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas as "the loveliest village in the UK".|
|MULLION is on the western side of the Lizard peninsula near Helston.|