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This circular walk using the famous section of the South West Coast path next to Bedruthan Steps explores as well a beautiful arch rock next to Hight Cove and Porth Mear before you go back using quiet paths in the valley which leads to Pentire Farm.
This easy circular walk leading to Dinnas and Trevose Heads provides a way to discover this beautiful section of the coastal path including Booby's Bay, Stinking Cove and Mother Ivey's Bay.
This short circular walk explores this beautiful headland, an Iron Age promontory rock with 360° viewpoint between Porth Beach and Watergate Beach.
This short walk close to Lellizzick offers great views towards the mouth of the River Camel and Pentire Point. You will also reach beautiful coves and cliff holes including Harbour Cove, Butter and Pepper holes.
This circular walk from Newquay explores the Coastal path leading to these two headlands with beautiful views towards Newquay Bay, the famous Fistral Beach and Crantock Beach.
This short and easy walk from Trebetherick explores the beautiful coast next to the River Camel estuary leading to Brea Hill viewpoint. You finally go back to the village exploring the lovely St Enodoc Church on your way.
This circular walk provides a good way to discover Crantock Beach, the Gannel estuary wildlife and a few paths inland. However, be careful, the entire loop can be walked only at low tide because you need to walk the Gannel Estuary for almost one mile! At high tide, you can walk the small loop named "Crantock Beach and Penpol Creek from Crantock" if you want.
This nice circular walk is an alternative and shorter loop at high tide when it is impossible to walk along the Gannel Estuary. During this alternative path, you will discover Crantock Beach, the coastal path along the estuary and Penpol Creek before you go back using paths across fields.
This beautiful walk provides a good way to discover Pentire headland following mainly the coastal path. On the way, you will discover beautiful points and coves with great views, especially at sunset !
This pretty long circular walk from Cubert village goes inland following a stream next to Penhale Dunes and continues exploring a section of the coastal path along beautiful beaches including Holywell Beach and Poly Joke Beach. You will admire as well the Gannel Estuary and Pentire Point East from Pentire Point West. The return route uses Cubert Commons paths and tracks.
This very short walk offers some wonderful views of Port Quin and Doyden Castle.
This short circular walk provides a good way to visit the famous fishing villages, Port Isaac and Port Gaverne using the coastal path, typical lanes in Port Isaac and paths inland during the return way.
This small circular walk along the cliff leads to Cligga Head with beautiful views at sunset. The return path uses a balcony path which goes past next to remains of mine.
This easy circular walk close to Truro uses mainly tracks and large paths in beautiful woodlands.
This easy, pleasant walk provides a way to discover this magnificent late Victorian country house, following paths in gardens, woods and along the River Fowey.
This interesting walk mainly in woods provides a way of visiting the impressive Luxulyan Valley Heritage site including Treffry Viaduct, The Wheel Pit or Trevanney china clay kiln.
This short circular walk from Trebarwith Strand provides a good way to admire Penhallic Point, Hole beach, Backways and Lill Coves from the coastal path.
This beautiful walk explores Chapel Porth, Wheal Coates and Trevaunance Cove walking along a section of the South West Coast path. You will discover St Agnes Beacon viewpoint and St Agnes village as well!
This circular walk explores the stunning cliffs using the coastal path close to Tintagel Head and goes back to Tintagel by the gorgeous Rocky Valley using paths inland.
This short (but with a few ascents and descents) circular walk from Trenarren mostly uses the South West Coast path overlooking St Austell Bay, Mevagissey Bay and even Chapel Point on clear days.
This short circular walk provides a way to discover pleasant woods around Trelissick Garden including Lamouth Creek and nice viewpoints over the Fal River.
This walk from Coombe Farm provides a way to discover Fowey making a detour, St Catherine's Castle, the secluded Coombe Haven and Polridmouth Cove using partly the South West Coast path.
This nice and easy walk mainly using the South West Coast path and the Saints way explores Gribbin Head including his daymark, Polridmouth Cove and Carlyon Bay.
This circular walk mostly using the South West Coast path explores Forrabury Stitches, Willapark and Penally Point which overlooks Boscastle Harbour. Then you will walk Pentargon Cliff and will take a panoramic path going back to Boscastle.
This very short walk mainly along the coastal path offers the opportunity to discover Porloe, a lovely Cornish fishing village.
This pleasant circular walk leading to Nare Head uses mainly the South Coast path. You will enjoy a beautiful viewpoint over Gerrans Bay and learn more about World War bunkers in this area.
This pretty long walk provides a way to discover the South West Coast path in this wild and protected area including Dodman, Maenease and Chapel Points. During this walk, you will visit as well two lovely villages, Gorran Haven and Portmellon.
Not shown on the OS maps, the National Trust who own the land have created this Straightforward, easy, circular walk around Dodman Point. We followed up that circuit with a walk down to Hemmick Beach and back. A steep walk but perfectly doable! A bonus was the car park, National Trust owned so no charges there!
This circular walk in varied paths provides a way to Discover the largest area of woodland in West Cornwall named Tehidy Country Park. Then, you will enjoy as well North cliffs and beautiful Carvannel Downs along Portreath coast.
During this easy circular walk, You will discover Tehidy Woods along Illogan BR 2 trail and North cliffs using a small section of the South West Coast path.
This walk explores the beautiful cliffs leading to the end of St Ives Bay and Godrevy Point in front of the island.