Tresco, Isles of Scilly
Tresco, the second largest island in the group with a permanent population of about 150 people features an amazing variety of scenery. Wild rugged granite outcrops and heathland to the north, with sub-tropical sandy beaches and the famous Abbey Gardens in the South.
History and Legend are deeply rooted in the islands culture. Many people believe that Tresco was the legendary ‘Lyonesse’ or ‘land across the sea’ – the final resting-place of King Arthur. There are numerous castle ruins to discover on Tresco and, as well as being famous for the Abbey Gardens, Tresco is also known for its long safe sandy beaches. Tresco also has bike hire available.
For more information visit www.tresco.co.uk