Near Penzance in Cornwall, the remains of an ancient village are nestled on a hillside. Dating from the Iron Age, a surprising amount of these houses remain in tact - they may not have roofs, but from the what remains of the walls it's easy to see the boundaries of buildings and rooms. Several houses are arranged along a little street, which gives an idea of what village life might have been like in these days.
The views from Chysauster are amazing, too, as it looks out with sweeping views over open Cornish countryside.
Our only disappointment was that the fogou (an underground passage) was closed for safety reasons. I hope they'll fix up any problems and make it accessible again in future, because this is another really unusual feature of the site.