There is a place in southwest England that sparks with dazzling attraction. It's a medieval defense on the Peninsula of Tintagel Island, head-to-head to the village of Tintagel in Cornwall. Tintagel Castle, as the place is called, has more to offer than just scenic attractions and artifacts. Historians associate this castle with legends of King Arthur. It is the same place that hosts the ruins of Richards Castle. Currently managed by English Heritage, the castle was once owned by the famous Prince of Wales, Charles. In 1998, a slate stone bearing a Latin inscription was discovered on the island.