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Marsland Valley Nature Reserve
Marsland Valley Nature Reserve A short but sharp walk around Marsland Mouth, where the mill leat straddling the Devon/Cornwall border flows past the old mill and tumbles to the rocky beach in a casca...
Hayle & the Towans Trail
...Cornwall's second largest dune system make it a Site of Special Scientific Interest for both the geology and its wildlife, and the route passes the site of one of Britain's largest explosives ...
Perranuthnoe from Marazion seafront
...Cornwall's national saint is said to have washed up on a millstone on the other Perran Sands (in North Cornwall), after he was banished from Ireland in the fifth century (see the St Piran's Wa...
Upton Towans & Gwithian
...Cornwall can be seen here, in addition to the wide range of moths and butterflies they attract. Start from first the car park on the right-hand side of St Ives Lane (the left fork after Loggans). Tak...
North Cliffs
...Cornwall’s rugged north coast. A wheelchair friendly route along Cornwall's North Coast, with spectacular views of Cornwall's north coast. The National Trust have recently upgraded this path. ...
Penzance to Marazion seafront walk
...Cornwall in September 1846, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited Cornwall and landed at Penzance on the new pier, which was then still uncompleted. Hence the pier was named 'Albert Pier'. ...
Penzance from Marazion
...Cornwall in September 1846, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert visited Cornwall and landed at Penzance on the new pier, which was then still uncompleted. From Penzance Station car park you can either d...
Cycling
...Cornwall) Dawlish Warren to Starcross (South Devon) The eastern half of the South Dorset Ridgeway from Hardy’s Monument towards Osmington. However there are plenty of other great off-road cycle route...
The SWCP National Trail
...Cornwall. It follows the entire coastline of Cornwall, goes across the mouth of the River Tamar and continues into Devon. After running along the south coast of Devon it then follows the Dorset coastl...
The route
...Cornwall. It follows the entire coastline of Cornwall, goes across the mouth of the River Tamar and continues into Devon. After running along the south coast of Devon it then follows the Dorset coastl...
Beach Retreats
...Cornwall. Not only do we want to celebrate the amazing beaches and the breathtaking walks right on our properties’ doorsteps - we also want to ensure we’re raising awareness and supporting the mainten...
Bude to Crackington Haven
...Cornwall section of the Coast Path. This walk provides you with wide, open views of the Atlantic from high cliff top paths where you are always conscious of the force of the sea and winds due to the u...
Padstow to Porthcothan
...Cornwall’s most prominent headlands, provides spectacular views of the sandy bays ahead and if you can resist the beaches on your journey you will have more time to enjoy the sheltered dune-backed bea...
Food and drink
...Cornwall where Cream Teas are more of an institution! Usually consisting of a pot of tea, two freshly baked scones, jam and lashings of indulgent clotted cream - you’ll need to walk a fair few miles t...
Mevagissey, Heligan & the Prehistoric Tin Stream
...Cornwall', William Borlase wrote: `The most considerable stream of tin in Cornwall is that of St Austell moor, which is a narrow valley about a furlong wide (in some places somewhat wider) running...
Penzance to St Ives - Day 1
...Cornwall's only promenade,through Wherry Town. At the end of the promenade bear to the left to carry on along the lane ahead. Then turn left on to Jack Lane. Bear left once more here, crossing the...
Bude Canal
...Cornwall's first Local Nature Reserve in 1983 and consists of 9 hectares of mainly reed bed, wet grassland and willow carr, a result of building the canal and then the railway, which blocked off t...
Reskajeage and Tehidy
...Cornwall's busiest tin streaming areas. From here it follows one of the old mineral tramways through the ancient estate of Tehidy, owned in the eighteenth century by Francis Basset, who used his v...
Sennen Cove to Lamorna
...Cornwall coast. There is much to see here, so do allow plenty of time. On a clear day, there are fantastic views across the sea out to Wolf Rock Lighthouse and the Isles of Scilly. Birds such as fulma...