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3-5 Day Breaks
...Cornwall. There are some dramatic headlands that contrast with numerous picturesque river valleys, making this one of the most diverse sections of Coast Path. As it reaches Tintagel Head, the land of ...
7-10 Day Breaks
...Cornwall. Some sections combine strenuous climbs alongside fairly level Coast Path and each day’s walk accounts for the extra time this may take at a leisurely pace. Much of this route forms part of t...
Bude to Tintagel
...Cornwall coast. The hard work has its rewards, including great views over the Atlantic and inland to the tallest tors of Dartmoor. There are plenty of opportunities for wildlife watching from the high...
Walks from the track in North Devon
...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...
Find Your Way
...Cornwall many parts of the Lizard section and that around Par, in the direction towards Polperro, need replacement signs. If you'd prefer to make a donation over the phone or discuss this appeal f...
History, Nature, Landscape
...Cornwall and Dorset, the geology you walk over varies greatly and this is the main reason we have such varied scenery along the Path. Coastal erosion however, is one of our main challenges when it com...
Getting to the Path by air
...Cornwall. Bus or walk into Newquay and join the Path there or catch onward travel in the form of buses or trains to the towns further along the coast in each direction. Bristol approximately 52 miles/...
Perranporth to St Agnes
...Cornwall is worth a visit and still produces small quantities of tin today. The steep track out of this valley is known as ‘Blue Hills’ and is famous for its annual motor trails event, meant to test ...
Boscastle Farm Shop - A Short Circuit
...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 ...
Route changes
...Cornwall: 0300 1234 202, Devon: 0345 155 1004, Dorset: 01305 224463). The South West Coast Path owes its unique character to natural processes. Our coastline would not look so beaut...
Our supporters
...Cornwall Holidays, who are all Silver Sponsors. We also have a number of other business supporters who can be found here. Business Members We are lucky enough to have a range of local businesses who s...
Getting to the Path by car
...Cornwall, you will need to pay a toll on the Tamar Bridge. Click here for more information on pricing. Parking Many accommodation providers such as B&Bs, hotels, and campsites offer car parkin...
Boscastle Farm Shop - Beeny Cliff
...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 ...
Bedruthan Steps Easy Access
...Cornwall's largest semi-natural wildlife resource and its most prominent landscape feature. Retrace your steps back along the SWCP, passing the original path form the car park. Continue on the SW...
Inspired By The Coast
...Cornwall like this one titled 'Shoreline Crantock'.  Gemma says “With the stunning Cornish coast on my studio doorstep, I paint to try to convey the sheer beauty of the beaches of Cornwall. I ...
Buck's Mills & Peppercombe Castle
...Cornwall. Dogs are welcome at The Hoops Inn. Have a look at our Top Dog Walks on the South West Coast Path for more dog-friendly beaches and pubs.  From the bottom corner of the village car park in B...
Penzance to Mousehole
...Cornwall's only promenade,  to Wherry Town. Here in 1778 a mineshaft was sunk below the high tide mark, with a stone breakwater topped by a timber turret to protect it from the waves. In 1791 a s...
Portmellon & Bodrugan's Leap
...Cornwall, where pilchards were caught using long nets, and it was a more important fishing centre than the neighbouring village of Mevagissey until the eighteenth-century introduction of longer drift ...
Cadgwith and Poltesco
...Cornwall to support Christianity, which was under threat from the aggressive Anglo Saxon pagans who invaded after the departure of the Romans in the fifth century AD. Also known as St Rumon, he came f...
Beeny Cliff & Pentargon Falls
...Cornwall, containing about 5% of the UK's entire population. The tall straggly oak woodland of Minster Wood, with its understorey of hazel and a few holly trees, suggests that it has been growing ...