If you love the legends of King Arthur and Avalon, then visiting Tintagel, Cornwall in the south west of England and following the King Arthur Trail is a must! From the rugged, windswept ruins of King Arthur's Castle on Tintagel Island, to the reputed sites of the Battle of Camlann, the Lady of the Lake and King Arthur's burial, there is a spellbinding array of places to visit relating to the Arthurian myths, and all are set against the truly wild and magical landscapes of Cornwall.
Old Kea Church, Cornwall. St. Kea is one of those Cornish saints to whom several legends attach. He is supposed to have floated over from Ireland on a boulder, landing at Churchtown Creek on the Truro River. In fact it is more probable that he was Cornish born, rose through the church hierarchy to become a bishop, resigning to found a cell here. He is said to have died in Brittany in AD495. Legend also records him as King Arthur's knight Sir Kay.