Boscastle became more popular following the horrendous floods in 2004, fortunately no one was killed but it left devastating damage but was rebuilt really quickly and is a popular tourist destination . The tiny port and natural harbour is set in a narrow ravine with some very attractive thatched buildings and pretty white-washed cottages. The village is now a main tourist attraction so be aware it can get busy but it’s definitely worth a visit. A lot of the land in and around Boscastle is owned by the National Trust, there are plenty of things to see here, walk along the harbour and look out to the Atlantic ocean, on stormy days this is a great mind calmer.

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