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Kenneggy & Greenberry Downs
...Cove Walk). John Carter and his two brothers, Harry and Charles, ran a very lucrative contraband business, using the inlets at Piskies Cove and Bessy's Cove as well as Porthleah for their exploits...
St Catherine's Castle
...cove at Polridmouth. Penventinue Cove, just below St Catherine's Point, is named from the Cornish 'penventynnyow', meaning 'spring heads'. Perched above St Catherine's Point, ...
Scabbacombe and Mill Bay
...Cove to Pudcombe Cove. Before you zigzag down to PudcombeCove there is a path leading to the left which will return you to the lane at the start of the walk, if you want a shortcut. At Pudcombe Cove...
Lizard Point
...cove with steps carved into the rock and a ladder at the bottom, and a cave in the cliff beyond. From here you can see the lifeboat station ahead at Polpeor Cove. Old Lizard Head has claimed more tha...
Dartmouth Castle & Gallants Bower
...Cove Fort. On your left, as you turn onto Lower Street, Agincourt House was built in the fourteenth century. The castle and quay at Bayard's Cove were built in the sixteenth century, and they hav...
Port Isaac & Porteath
...Cove and then Downgate Cove. The Coast Path cuts across the back of Varley Head, but this is open access land, which means that you may wander freely around the headland beyond, if you want to linger...
Frogmore & Lansallos
...Cove beneath it is the kind of remote beach once loved by smugglers, as the local mineowner discovered to his cost one day in 1825! A good walk in autumn, when the flocks of swallows and house martins...
Rosemullion Head Circular
...Coves. Wild garlic and three-cornered leek abound in spring. At low tide some good rock pooling can be achieved down at these coves. Access to Bream Cove is to the left. Gatamala Cove is to the right...
Treligga & Trecarne
...Cove is said to be haunted by the spirits of sailors whose bodies were washed up here after they drowned. From Backways Cove carry on along the Coast Path as it zigzags up the next hillside. From her...
Stepper Point from Trevone
...Cove... Ignore the track to the right shortly after the point and continue to the hamlet at Hawker's Cove. Ignoring the path to the right before the houses, carry on along the Coast Path as it go...
Par to Polperro
...coves and walking out to headlands with fantastic views. Fowey sits on a beautiful estuary with tidal creeks full of families of birds such as herons, curlews, redshanks and little egret. The historic...
Jurassic Coast
...Cove (14.5 miles) Day 8: Lulworth Cove to Worth Matravers (13 miles) Day 9: Worth Matravers to Studland (12.3 miles)  
Around Portland
...Cove, bearing right with Pebble Lane and turning left on the road ahead to walk to the roundabout. Thomas Hardy named Chesil Cove 'Deadman's Bay' in his novel 'The Well-Beloved'...
Lamorna & St Loy
...Cove and St Loy's Cove. Paynter's Cove is named after the Paynter family, who owned Boskenna for many generations before it was sold in 1957. Author Mary Wesley lived in Boskenna for a number...
Maenporth to Swanpool
...cove. There is a lane behind the cove at Maenporth called Fine and Brave Lane, named after the women of Mawnan who acted to protect the community, in the time-honoured tradition of women around the S...
Bolberry Down
...Cove, known locally as ‘Dartmoor by the Sea’ due to the tor-like rock outcrops that surround the cove. If you decide to go down to the beach, you can avoid retracing your steps by taking the alternati...
Porthgwarra and Gwenapp Head
Porthgwarra and Gwenapp Head A short, one mile, walk from the remote and picturesque sandy cove of Porthgwarra up to the lookout post and towering granite cliffs of Gwennap Head. It is very popular wi...
Boscastle Farm Shop - A Short Stroll & Look
...cove of Pentargon. There is a local colony of seals near here and it is quite common to see seals swimming in the cove. In addition, a pair of peregrine falcons nest on the cliffs near here and it may...
East Prawle and Prawle Point
...Cove before rounding a small headland above the tiny Maceley Cove. The word Prawle comes from an Anglo-Saxon word, 'Prawhyll', meaning 'lookout hill'. At the end of the eighteenth cen...
Pencarrow Head & Pont Pill
...Cove and then Palace Cove. The nineteenth-century Watch House is privately owned, so please respect the occupiers' privacy as you pass behind it. It was built in 1835, with a flight of steep step...