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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 ...
St Levan
...St Levan was born near St Buryan in the sixth century and was one of numerous Celtic saints who established hermitages around the Cornish coast when Christianity was under siege by the Anglo-Saxon pag...
Hayle to St Ives
...St Michael’s Way which led pilgrims across Cornwall from Lelant to Marazion, near Penzance, where they would then travel on to the Cathedral of St James in Santiago de Compostela in north-west Spain. ...
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,...
St Aldhelm's Chapel
...stead of taking the path that leads to St Anselm's Chapel and the National Coastwatch Institution lookout beyond it. The headland is known as both St Alban's Head and St Aldhelm's Head. S...
Lamorna & St Loy
...St Loy when his cart gets stuck, when at least the patron saint might have been expected to listen! At St Loys Cove the path heads inland towards St Loy. Cross the small bridge to carry on uphill, cr...
Perranporth to St Agnes
...still in evidence today. The path drops steeply into Trevellas Cove situated at the bottom of a once heavily-mined valley. The last tin stream works in Cornwall is worth a visit and still produces sma...
Estuaries and Ferries
...stowferry.com    email: [email protected]stowferry.com North Cornwall Rock to Padstow (The Camel Estuary) A ferry runs across the estuary from Rock to Padstow, 7 days a week, all year. On the Padsto...
Tresmorn & St Gennys
...St Gennys A strenuous but rewarding walk along one of the quietest stretches of the Coast Path, along high cliffs towering over rocky reefs that have been responsible for many a shipwreck. There are t...
St Catherine's Castle
...st below St Catherine's Point, is named from the Cornish 'penventynnyow', meaning 'spring heads'. Perched above St Catherine's Point, St Catherine's Castle was ideally plac...
Porthoustock & St Keverne
...started life as a fishing hamlet, by the end of the nineteenth century Porthoustock had become an important port for the local stone quarries. The St Keverne Stone Company started quarrying roadstone ...
St Agnes Head
...stand on the top of St Agnes Beacon and look eastwards, towards St Agnes town, and then turn just a little to the right, you can just make out the remains of a massive earthen bank, in the fields belo...
St Ives to Pendeen
St Ives to Pendeen A fairly gentle walk out of St Ives to Clodgy Point soon becomes a strenuous journey of roller coaster climbs as the Coast Path plunges down towering cliffs into beautiful coves and...
St Aldhelms Head
...st Path to continue inland. Carry on past this path, staying on the Coast Path as it veers right and then drops steeply down into the valley below. Renscombe Down, on the ground to the east of Chapma...
Pengersick & St Germoe
...st a short distance beyond. As you leave the church, you come across St Germoe's Holy Well, just over the road. This is a reconstruction of the original well which existed circa 1538, and it was ...
St Ives Town Trail
...Stone Age and many displays illustrating the town's maritime history since then. As well as instruments from local lighthouses, there are also items from the celebrated Hain Steamship Company, est...
St Ives- Penzance
...st Path leads you along a wild and rugged landscape that gives you a real feeling of remoteness. The remains of tin mines are dotted all along this stretch of coast as a reminder of its industrial pas...
Carbis Bay to St Ives
...stablished. Great Western coined the name for its new station, and as steam trains brought tourists to the valley so the cluster of farm buildings and mineworkers' cottages spread to include guest...
St Peter the Poor Fisherman
...St Peter's Church is on your right just before the phone box and the unusual community hall in a converted Nissen hut. After Christianity had been established in south-west England in the first f...