Celtic Glory

River Fowey, Cornwall

River Fowey, Cornwall

The River Fowey in Cornwall is a tidal estuary known for its beauty. Many Celtic saints found their way here, as it was the end point of the Saints Way which traverses Cornwall from the north to south coast. This was so travellers and merchants could avoid sailing around the treacherous waters of Land's End and could sail out of Fowey across to France. There are many sites along both banks of the estuary, associated with Celtic saints.

Samson and the Dreadful Serpent of Golant
Samson and the Serpent of Golant
River Fowey Estuary Car Tour
RIVER FOWEY ESTUARY CAR TOUR OF CELTIC CHRISTIAN SITES
St Wyllow's Church, Lanteglos-on-Fowey, Cornwall
Langteglos-on-Fowey: St Wyllow’s Church above Pont Pil
St Samson's Cave, Golant, Cornwall
St Samson’s Cave: Golant, Cornwall
St Veep and St Cadix
St Veep Church: St Veep, Lostwithiel, PL22 0PA, Cornwall
The Saint's Way, Cornwall The River Fowey, low tide at Ethy Rock, Cornwall Cadix Creek on the River Fowey Ancient path to Cadix Creek, River Fowey, Cornwall The River Fowey at high tide, Cornwall River Fowey at Golant, Cornwall Penpol Creek, River Fowey at high tide River Fowey at high tide, Cornwall The Saint's Way, cross Cornwall walking route St Winnow, River Fowey, Cornwall The River Fowey at Milltown The River Fowey Polruan, River Fowey, Cornwall St Cadix, St Cyric's Creek, Cornwall St Samson's Cave, Golant, Cornwall