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Padstow to Porthcothan
Padstow to Porthcothan This section of Coast Path offers a day of easy walking along low cliffs, with beautiful, tempting beaches below. The path leaves the attractive town of Padstow behind, passing ...
Port Isaac to Padstow
...Padstow. Once home to the composer Malcolm Arnold, Padstow is an idyllic, Cornish fishing town with beautiful surroundings and has been used as a backdrop for many films and television programmes, inc...
Padstow and Prideaux Place
Padstow and Prideaux Place With views over the River Camel, this short but enjoyable walk heads inland from Harbour Cove and passes the Tudor Mansion of Prideaux Place on the way back into Padstow. A ...
Stepper Point, Padstow
Stepper Point, Padstow A fairly level walk across wildlife rich farmland out to the Day Mark lookout tower at Stepper Point, from where you get great views along the coast and up the Camel Estuary. F...
Padstow to Harlyn Bay
Padstow to Harlyn Bay A long walk, on mostly level terrain, although the route becomes more challenging and rugged after Gun Point. The dramatic coastline around Stepper Point includes an enormous col...
Padstow and Stepper Point Walk
...Padstow lifeboat, built by the Padstow Harbour Association, was stationed here, before the Padstow branch of the RNLI was formed in 1855. In 1931 a new boathouse was built, and a roller slipway, but b...
Stepper Point from Trevone
...Padstow lifeboat, built by the Padstow Harbour Association, was stationed here, before the Padstow branch of the RNLI was formed in 1855. In 1931 a new boathouse was built, and a roller slipway, but b...
Pentire Point & The Rumps
...Padstow Bay and beyond, as well as a puffin island and volcanic pillow lavas. Start the walk at Polzeath or at Pentire Farm. From the car park at Polzeath beach, cross the head of the beach and pick ...
Walks from the track in North Cornwall
...Padstow to St Ives 67 miles in 6 days at an average pace This is an idyllic stretch of the South West Coast Path, a place of fishing-boat harbours, rolling Atlantic breakers and long sandy bucket-and-...
Day by day guide
...Padstow (river crossing)12 miles Week 3. Padstow to St Ives (Cornwall’s Atlantic coast): 6 days, 66 miles Heading west, this section of Coast is a mix of rugged wild cliff tops interspersed with head...
Single base holiday providers
...Padstow and St Ives, and provides a drop off and collection service for your daily walk and accommodation in our friendly B &B in St Newlyn East. We can also arrange collection from Newquay Ai...
Sir John Betjeman Walk
...Padstow cast this sand across the mouth of the River Camel in a fit of pique, after she fell in love with a local lad, who mistook her for a seal and shot her (see the Padstow & Stepper Point ...
Estuaries and Ferries
...Padstow (The Camel Estuary) A ferry runs across the estuary from Rock to Padstow, 7 days a week, all year. On the Padstow side the ferry normally lands on the harbour wall, but during low tides, it in...
Porthcothan & Treyarnon Circular
...Padstow resident William Rawlings wrote to the Earl of Dartmouth in 1765, complaining that his servants had on one occasion encountered no fewer than 60 horses travelling up from one of these beaches ...
Bedruthan Steps Circular
...Padstow bus back to Porthcothan. Get off the bus at Porthcothan Bay Stores.
Mother Ivey and St Constantine
...Padstow were starving, the Hellyer family's pilchard business was doing so well that one day they had a crate of fish left over after the day's sales. Mother Ivey approached them to ask if the...
Baggage Transfer
...Padstow and Falmouth. We have over 10 years combined experience transporting luggage for walkers around Cornwall and are the only luggage transfer company solely focussed on this region. We provide po...
Constantine Bay to Mawgan Porth
...Padstow-based St Petroc. Following the creature in, Constantine got talking to St Petroc and was so impressed with the hermit's holiness that he had himself and his bodyguard converted on the spot...
Crackington Haven Circular
...Padstow, on the other. The rock ahead is unstable and prone to landslips, so take care. The headland at Cambeak is formed of a harder rock than the cliffs on either side of it, which is why it is sti...
Tregurrian & Trevarrian
...Padstow, eggs from a traditional breed of hen in Liskeard, cheese from Bude, cream from Redruth and mussels from St Austell. Even the seasalt comes from the Lizard!