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Boscastle Farm Shop - Boscastle & Forrabury
...Cornwall coast. There has long been a harbour here. The first record dates from Elizabethan times but it almost certainly pre-dates this time. During the 1800s in particular this was an important harb...
Boscastle Farm Shop - Minster Church
...Cornwall. Descend to the footbridge. Do not cross, but continue along the riverside to the road bridge. Here in Boscastle is a range of general shops, refreshments, newsagent, Post Office, toilets, ...
Smugglers Inn - Osmington and Osmington Mills
...Cornwall. There was even some trade with Europe, with bronze being imported while woollen goods and hunting dogs were exported. In AD 43 the Romans arrived, making good use of the Ridgeway as they Rom...
Talland Bay from Polperro
...Cornwall. The most common ones are the wayside crosses, which stand at the side of roads, trackways and paths. They once marked the route to the parish church, although sometimes it was to a pilgrimag...
Kynance Cove
...Cornwall. Other visitors followed the Queen's example and Kynance Cove became a very popular tourist destination. Among the Victorian visitors was 'Water Babies' author Charles Kingsley, w...
Rôskestal & Bosistow
...Cornwall, and the fragments of at least 200 more. Usually these pointed the way to holy sites, such as shrines, wells, chapels and churches (see the Lankelly & Menabilly Walk). St Levan was bo...
Port Quin & Pine Haven
...Cornwall. Port Quin was one of the locations used for the filming of the 'Poldark' TV series, first screened in 1975 and based on a series of novels by Cornishman Winston Graham. Doyden Castle...
Rocky Valley
...Cornwall's patron saint of tin miners (see the Holywell St Piran Walk) is said to have fallen to his death here, at the ripe old age of 200 years old, after a drinking session with his pal St Nect...
Maer Cliff
...Cornwall Wildlife Trust acquired it in 1983 and now manage it as an ornithological site. The Trust introduced an artificial sluice to cause permanent flooding, instead of just winter pools, creating i...
Sandymouth & Coombe Valley
...Cornwall were shunted into France, the rocks were then subjected to the pounding of the waves in millions of years of winter storms, resulting in the chaos below the cliffs today. In summer the mariti...
Shipload Bay
...Cornwall. Later, radiometric dating proved that it was much younger than these rocks, which are from the Carboniferous period, between 362 and 290 million years ago. The rock on Lundy dates from about...
Perranuthnoe Circular from Marazion seafront
...Cornwall, after Henry III granted royal permission for markets and fairs to be held here from 1257 (see the Perranuthnoe From Marazion Walk). Carry on past the King's Arms and on along the Market...
Kynance Cove & Lizard Village
...Cornwall. Other visitors followed the Queen's example and Kynance Cove became a very popular tourist destination. Among the Victorian visitors was 'Water Babies' author Charles Kingsley, w...
Our History
...Cornwall (1973), South Devon and Dorset Paths (1974), Exmoor Coast (1975) and the final section through Somerset & North Devon (1978). 1980–1989 As a mark of our growing standing, we entered a...
Reisinformatie
...Cornwall. Neem de bus, of loop, naar Newquay, en vandaar zijn er bussen en treinen naar de steden en dorpen verder langs de kust, in beide richtingen.  Per Veerboot Er zijn twee steden van waar je p...
Reiseinformationen
...Cornwall entfernt. Mit dem Bus oder zu Fuß nach Newquay und mit dem Bus oder Zug weiter zu vielen Orten an der Küste. Mit der Fähre Die zwei wichtigsten Häfen mit Verbindungen zum europäischen Festla...
Fundraisers
...Cornwall coastline to raise money to try and fight this terrible disease. At the beginning of April this year, I plan to walk 100 miles of the South West Coastal Path to raise money for Cancer Researc...
Swanpool & Falmouth Docks
...Cornwall's north coast to Dodman Point in the south, and includes the Lizard, Lands End and the Scilly Isles. With the area of sea covered reaching to 30 degrees west and 45 degrees north, this gi...
Wembury to Mount Batten Point
...Cornwall covered the west. Bovisand's oldest structure is the harbour. This dates back to Napoleonic times and was built in conjunction with the breakwater so that ships at anchor could send longb...
Bolt Tail & Burleigh Dolts
...Cornwall, with some parts of Dorset and Somerset included too. They were a scattered tribe, with no currency and no central organisational structure, but they were particularly noted for their hospita...