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Falmouth Docks Station - St Just in Roseland
...Station - St Just in Roseland Start from the Ferry landing stage at St Mawes. This walk links two of Cornwall’s most picturesque locations, the coastal village of St Mawes and the beautiful exotic chu...
St Anthony Head
...stored and managed by the National Trust. Retrace your steps to the Coast Path if you take either detour, and carry on around the headland past Carricknath Point, walking above St Mawes Harbour and on...
South Cornwall Projects
...sturbed paths where you won't pass a soul all day and fabulous beaches to take a dip at in their shallow waters. With places like St. Mawes and Fowey to explore, full of Naval history and stories,...
What will your Challenge be?
...stle (4miles), St. Anthony’s Head (5 miles) and St Mawes Castle to St Just in Roseland (5 miles). 6. England’s most westerly point – take a simple stroll from Sennen to Land’s End on a 3-mile circular...
Estuaries and Ferries
...st ferry from Padstow is at 6.50pm and from Rock at 6.30pm. Mid-July to 31 August the last ferry from Padstow is at 7.50pm and from Rock at 7.30pm.  1st to mid-September last ferry from Padstow 6.50pm...
Rosemullion Head Circular
...stretch eastwards to St Mawes, St Anthony’s Head, Dodman Point and beyond. Westwards, one can see the southernmost point of the Lizard and the Manacles Rocks (from the Cornish “Maen Eglos” or stones ...
Swanpool to Pendennis Castle
...stand today. The blockhouse was built as a part of Pendennis Castle, constructed between 1540 and 1545, along with its partner castle across the water at St Mawes, when Henry VIII established a chain ...
Falmouth Docks Station - Pendennis Castle
...stand today. The blockhouse was built as a part of PendennisCastle, constructed between 1540 and 1545, along with its partner castle across the water at St Mawes, when Henry VIII established a chain o...
Pendennis Castle
...stand today. The blockhouse was built as a part of Pendennis Castle, constructed between 1540 and 1545, along with its partner castle across the water at St Mawes, when Henry VIII established a chain ...
Swanpool, Maenporth & Falmouth Docks
...stone and coal, which would have been brought here by ship. The Coastguard Station, just around the point, opened in 1981 and is the most southerly coastguard station in the UK. Its area extends from ...
Falmouth Docks from Swanpool
...stone and coal, which would have been brought here by ship. The Coastguard Station, just around the point, opened in 1981 and is the most southerly coastguard station in the UK. Its area extends from ...