Easy for you to say. Mevagi... Mevigas... Whew. In fact, Mevagissey is named after two Irish saints: St. Meva and St. Issey. Somebody apparently decided to stick a "g" in the middle to separate the two vowels. In any event, the quaint little port has a distinctive twin harbor that provides a safe haven for fishing boats and pilot cutters. Like so many towns on the coast, it has a clutch of pubs, cafés, and galleries near the harbor walls. Your Pinterest pic collection will get a serious upgrade.
Nearby, The Lost Gardens of Heligan have now been found. One of Britain's most popular botanical gardens, they recently have been completely restored and now brim with a dazzling array of sub-tropical flowers, trees, and plants—the sort of thing your parents probably would kill to see.