Here’s our round-up of round-ups from some of the most popular themed features:

Five top challenging walks on the Coast Path

Whether you want to tackle a short but demanding section, or take on the whole 630 miles, there’s a walk out there for all ages and levels of ability, and unlike the gym, you won’t have to pay a penny. Be warned, though – it is seriously addictive!  

Five of the best walks to hidden beaches on the Coast Path

One of the joys of walking the South West Coast Path is stumbling upon a secluded beach on a remote stretch of coast and discovering that you’ve got it all to yourself – and taking a bracing dip if you’re brave enough.

Five of the best walks from the railway on the Coast Path

Let the train take the strain out of travelling to the South West, arguably one of the most scenic train journeys in the UK. You’ll arrive at your destination refreshed and ready for the spectacular walk ahead. Each itinerary takes in different mainline stations and branch lines at the start and end points. For more details and other itineraries, visit

Five of the best picnic spots on the Coast Path

Everyone loves a picnic and as the weather turns warmer there is no better place to spread your picnic rug, throw open your wicker hamper and tuck into a sandwich than on the South West Coast Path. Whether it’s the edge of Exmoor, the shores of Poole Harbour or a secluded Cornish bay, the South West has perfect picnic  spots in abundance, each one unique in its own way. 

Five of the best family walks on the Coast Path

Combine a family walk on the South West Coast Path with a host of other old-fashioned childhood pleasures, from crabbing in rockpools and exploring hidden coves, to following in the footsteps of giants.

If you would like more themed walks along the South West Coast Path, or if you would like us to help you create some themed walks of your own with a selection of high-res images, please drop me a line at [email protected]  or call 01752 876939