The main attractions are the new bridge (do you dare to look down through the gap in the middle?) across to the castle ruins and the ghostly statue of King Arthur in the middle of the headland. It's quite expensive (currently £16 each - free for English Heritage members) but worth doing just once.
This cliff-edge castle, long associated with the legend of King Arthur, offers a day out that is as rich in adventure as it is in history. Straddling both the mainland and a weather-worn headland jutting out to sea, the site opens up a wild landscape bearing the imprint of centuries of habitation.
The new bridge opens in August 2019, and the views and the old castle ruins are amazing
Great historic location and fantastic views but not a lot of ruins to look at! Worth a visit if you have not been before. A bit of s climb but a new land bridge for 2019.
Ancient castle remains, famous as being the birthplace of King Arthur. This has been disputed over the years, however recent excavations have proved that this was indeed an important palace at this time. Site is owned and maintained by English Heritage.