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Tregurrian & Trevarrian
...Cove, ignoring the paths inland, to descend to Berryl's Point, climbing again to round Grange Point and drop to the road at Mawgan Porth. The coastguard cottages on the hillside overlooking the c...
Bowgie Inn - Kelsey Head & Holywell
...Cove, en route to the headland, there are a few rusty mooring pins and rings leaded into the rocks, evidence that the cove was once used by boats. There are also twin grooves where massive timbers onc...
Boscastle Farm Shop - Boscastle & Forrabury
...cove of Pentargon. It is possible to see the cove's waterfall, which has been caused by long-term coastal erosion cutting back the cliffs. The stream thus has to abruptly fall to sea level rather ...
Riviera Line - Torquay Station - Agatha Christie Mile
...Cove, which could be seen from the Yacht Club, was known as the Ladies Bathing Cove. Agatha, in her teenage years, had to be rescued by a local boatman after she got into difficulties whilst swimming ...
Legacy Trail 6 - Around Verne Nature Reserve and West Weares
...Cove, it has been described as an underwater fairyland with abundant marine life. From Chesil Cove follow the Coast Path signs to Victoria Square roundabout and then signs to Portland Castle.
Lankelly & Menabilly
...coves and the hidden house of Menabilly, the inspiration for du Maurier's 'Manderley'. From the National Trust car park at Coombe take the footpath heading south west from the bottom righ...
Frenchman's Creek
...Cove, taking the lane downhill to the secluded sandy cove. Turn right to follow the path behind the beach, bearing left on the far side to head towards the point. Above Penarvon Cove are the wooded s...
Lundy Bay & Pennywilgie Point
Lundy Bay & Pennywilgie Point A short but delightful walk to a tiny secluded cove - one of Cornwall's hidden gems. The ideal spot for a picnic, with its sand and surf, waterfall and wildlife, ...
Summer Strolls in North Devon
...coves just a stone’s throw from some of the most popular sites.Be sure to check tide times whenever you step off the Coast Path onto a beach as you can easily get cut off at high tide. For more beach ...
Summer Strolls in North Cornwall
...coves just a stone’s throw from some of the most popular sites. Be sure to check tide times whenever you step off the Coast Path onto a beach as you can easily get cut off at high tide. For more beach...
Summer Strolls in West Cornwall
...coves just a stone’s throw from some of the most popular sites. Be sure to check tide times whenever you step off the Coast Path onto a beach as you can easily get cut off at high tide. For more beach...
Summer Strolls in South-East Cornwall
...coves just a stone’s throw from some of the most popular sites. Be sure to check tide times whenever you step off the Coast Path onto a beach as you can easily get cut off at high tide. For more beach...
Summer Strolls In South Devon
...coves just a stone’s throw from some of the most popular sites. Be sure to check tide times whenever you step off the Coast Path onto a beach as you can easily get cut off at high tide. For more beach...
Summer Strolls in East Devon and Dorset
...coves just a stone’s throw from some of the most popular sites. Be sure to check tide times whenever you step off the Coast Path onto a beach as you can easily get cut off at high tide. For more beach...
Spring Saunters in East Devon & Dorset
...coves, a vivid blue sea washing around breathtakingly white stacks and islands, topped with grass and spring flowers and nesting seabirds. The chalk grasslands to the east are crammed with a huge arra...
Family Walks
...covering the land of myths and legends, climbing hills and exploring secret coves linked to infamous smugglers.  For tech-savvy nature lovers – why not try a bit of geocaching for a modern-day treasur...
Porthcothan to Newquay
...coves and headlands with generally fairly easy walking, with some steep steps to climb in places. Some of this stretch is quite populated, especially as you approach the busy holiday resort of Newquay...
Lamorna to Marazion
...cove of Lamorna and passing through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Path changes quite dramatically as it crosses rugged cliffs, with some difficult ascents and descents, and then turns to ...
Porthleven to The Lizard
...Cove has been recognised as being part of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the seas are particularly dramatic at high tide, and even more so on a windy day. The Lizard Peninsula is also know...
Helford to Falmouth
...coves, offering fantastic views across the Fal to St Anthony Lighthouse and Zone Point. Exhilarating views from Pendennis Castle await after passing the Swanpool Nature Reserve. There is much to see i...