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Penzance via Marazion Marsh
...Cornwall's largest reedbed, and more than 250 birds, 500 plants, 500 insects and 18 mammals have been recorded here. Species to look out for on the reserve are Cetti's Warbler, Chiffchaff, Gre...
Land's End and Nanjizal
...Cornwall and Devon, acknowledging their 'just and ancient customs and liberties'. This later led to the establishment of the Cornish Stannary Parliament. The headland to the north is named aft...
Military Training Areas
...Cornwall.  The South West Coast Path is seaward of the training area and is always available.  To supplement the Coast Path, the MOD has opened a permissive path which continues the route following th...
Clovelly to Tintagel
Clovelly to Tintagel A strenuous stretch of Coast Path taking in the North Devon Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the Hartland Peninsula before crossing the county boundary into Cornwall...
Economy
...Cornwall Walking has the power to lengthen the tourism season. It attracts both domestic and international visitors year-round to enjoy our natural environment, heritage, culture and leisure activitie...
Kilminorth Woods from Looe Station
Kilminorth Woods from Looe Station A stroll through one of the largest valley oaklands in Cornwall which is also a nature reserve teeming with wildlife, especially in spring, when blossom tumbles thro...
Looe, Talland & Polperro
...Cornwall Wildlife Trust. It is a natural sanctuary for sea and woodland birds, and because of its unusually mild climate daffodils bloom here at Christmas. Cornwall Wildlife Trust run tours out to the...
Perranuthnoe
...Cornwall's national saint is said to have washed up on Perran Sands in North Cornwall, on a millstone, after he was banished from Ireland in the fifth century missionary (see the St Piran's Wa...
Swanpool to Pendennis Castle
...Cornwall and North Devon. There has been speculation that the Romans, and later the Vikings, also used the site for defensive purposes, and there are the remains of artillery stations all around the p...
Rinsey Head - Butterflies and a Bishop
...Cornwall's largest breeding colonies of Kittiwakes. Go over the stile and through a gap in the next Cornish hedge, to continue around Trewavas Head. The large sea-stack ahead is known as The Bisho...
Trevelgue Head from Newquay Station
...Cornwall overland from north to south to avoid the dangerous waters around Land's End. Flint tools have been found here from as far back as Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age) times, more than 6000 year...
Falmouth Docks Station - Pendennis Castle
...Cornwall and North Devon. There has been speculation that the Romans, and later the Vikings, also used the site for defensive purposes, and there are the remains of artillery stations all around the p...
Pendennis Castle
...Cornwall and North Devon. There has been speculation that the Romans, and later the Vikings, also used the site for defensive purposes, and there are the remains of artillery stations all around the p...
Bowgie Inn - Kelsey Head & Holywell
...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. The small island just offshore as ...
Boscastle Farm Shop - Valency & Fire Beacon
...Cornwall coast. Even so, it is very narrow and difficult of access. It dates from at least Elizabethan timers and probably much earlier. Descend to the footbridge. Do not cross, but continue along th...
Tregantle
Tregantle A long loop with an optional shortcut (when the MoD practice range is not in use), taking in the best of Cornwall's 'forgotten corner'. Features along the way include a tiny medi...
Tregardock Cliff
...Cornwall ... I can show you ore in the rock there that beareth 5 oz of silver in the 100 of ore.' A shaft was sunk, 30 fathoms under the sea, and at the end of the seventeenth century the mine was...
Porthcothan to Mawgan Porth
Porthcothan to Mawgan Porth A one-way walk from Porthcothan to Mawgan Porth, giving breathtaking views from the high cliffs over sandy coves, out across the rolling Atlantic. North Cornwall's ragg...
Dynamite Towans & Copperhouse Pool
...Cornwall, and it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its geology and wildlife (see the Upton Towans & Gwithian Walk). The dunes are exposed to fierce Atlantic storms, which blo...
Accommodation Finder
...Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset there are lots of places to stay within easy reach of the Coast Path. To find somewhere to stay simply click on the blue 'accommodation finder' button on the righ...