My own fondest memory of Newlyn is of visiting a small, unassuming sweet shop on the main road into the village which sold – and happily still does – the most wondrous ice cream, Jelberts Ices. There was only one variety, but it had the most divine creamy colour and taste, made even better with a dollop of Cornish clotted cream on top, plus a Flake for the really indulgent. As for fish, Newlyn is a major fishing port with one of the largest fishing fleets in the country, and its market holds lively auctions attended by local restaurateurs and fishmongers.
Map of the area.
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