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St Agnes Head
...Cornwall's tin, copper and tungsten deposits. About 50 million years later, further earth movements created lead, silver, iron and zinc, leading to the great mineral wealth which made Cornwall a w...
Gillan Creek & Dennis Head
...Cornwall's earliest Christian sites, dating back to the Dark Ages. Many of the settlements around it were established in medieval days. A short detour will take you to Manaccan, famous for the 200...
Kingsand, Cawsand & Penlee Point
...Cornwall. It was not until boundary changes in 1844 that Kingsand returned to Cornwall. A cottage opposite the 'Halfway House' pub still bears the 'Devon Corn' marker showing the borde...
Mousehole to Lamorna and back
...Cornwall, and they have been extensively adapted for stage and screen. Lamorna Cove provided some of the breathtaking Cornish scenery for the filming of four of her stories – 'The Empty House'...
Heritage
...Cornwall, Devon and Dorset. Some of these were reoccupied during the nineteenth century, and a further ring of forts (‘Palmerston follies’) were created around Plymouth at that time. The Coast Path al...
Dodman Point
Dodman Point A strenuous but superb walk from the small fishing village of Gorran Haven, where stone and whitewashed cottages huddle around steep and narrow streets, past Cornwall's biggest prehis...
Holywell and Kelsey Head
...Cornwall in recent years. The headland and the offshore islands are also noteworthy for the colonies of breeding seabirds including the guillemot, shag and razorbill. From the back of the beach take ...
Chapel Porth
...Cornwall's granite backbone. The intense heat caused water to circulate through the cracks in the granite. This dissolved minerals from the surrounding rocks, and Cornwall's main tin, copper a...
Dogs on the Coast Path
...Cornwall who loves swimming, adventures, chasing tennis balls and dog training. His favourite stretch of the Coast Path is the rock scrambling wonders between St Ives and Zennor.  On this page there&#...
Bideford to Bude
...Cornwall. Having started off gently on the Tarka Trail, there are soon some dramatic headlands that contrast with numerous picturesque river valleys, making this one of the most diverse sections of Co...
Report a problem
...Cornwall:0300 1234 202 Devon: 0345 155 1004 Dorset: 01305 224463 We work closely with local authorities and the National Trust to help ensure that the Coast Path is maintained to a high standard and ...
Geology
...Cornwall and Dorset, the geology you walk over varies greatly and this is the main reason we have such varied scenery along the Path. As the rocks change, so does the way the land is farmed, the shape...
Glebe Cliff, Tintagel
...Cornwall. In autumn look out for the unusual cliff-nesting house martins gathering ready for their journey south, and maybe a merlin or a peregrine looking for prey among them. The small car park at t...
Boscastle Farm Shop - A Short Stroll & Look
...Cornwall. If you've had a taste of the local produce, now try a taste of the local landscape! From the Farm Shop go into the field at the rear. Cross the field, bearing right and downhill to the ...
Editorial Hub
...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...
FAQs
...Cornwall may be slightly cooler. Average rainfall ranges from 9 days per month (June) to 16 (October). South Devon and Dorset are drier, as are South and West Cornwall. Average sunshine hours per mont...
Mullion & Poldhu
...Cornwall" tells us that "the nearby copper mine was sometimes known as Ghost Mine. The name originated from the type of undrained, boggy and marshy ground on which Copper Ore was first found...
Marazion Marsh from Penzance Station
...Cornwall, and they have been extensively adapted for stage and screen. The area around Penzance, Marazion and St Michael's Mount provided the breathtaking scenery for the filming of 'The Shell...
Wheal Coates
Wheal Coates A short walk with a gentle climb beside a stream, visiting Wheal Coates, one of Cornwall's most iconic mines, perched high on the sheer red cliffs above Chapel Porth beach. Check out ...
Nare Head
...Cornwall's largest surviving Bronze Age burial mound, and one of the largest in Britain. According to local legend, King Geraint of Cornwall was buried here in the sixth century, brought here in a...