- Camelford is a busy little town
on the A39 between the Atlantic and the moor.
- According to local legend. Kings
Arthur's Camelot was situated here; the legend also says that he
fought his last battle at the ancient Slaughter Bridge, which
crosses a stream a mile to the north. Just south of the
village is a footpath which leads on to the moor.
- Local towns and villages to visit..
- On the Bude estuary,
also from the rocks and beaches all along the coast. The Bude
Canal is a noted coarse water. River fishing includes stretches of
the Ottery, Inny, Camel and Tamar.
- Sailing on the Camel Estuary. Harbour authorities
should be consulted about off shore sailing.
- At Bude and Widemouth, with frequent venues for
the National Surfing championships Trebarwith Strand, about a mile
south of Tintagel is good for ordinary surfing.
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