|Stacked slate and stone walls.|
|"I am Arthur!"|
I had to do it, eyebrows were raised and my husband and friends were a bit unnerved and a couple of tourists looked puzzled, but I wasn't going to regret not doing that in the moment, on the mountain top in the mist on that September day where ancient ruins and mythical and real characters used to live. It's a breathtaking place, not just for the steep climb, but for the views and the history around you. You don't have to look through glass cases, you can touch the walls, sit on them, and dance around if you are in the mood.
Pirate caves at low tide are safe but otherwise, drownings? I had no desire to get caught in the cave when the tide came back in, so with the timing not quite right we enjoyed the mountain and the views below.
You can go into the caves for a look around, one is named, "Merlin's Cave."