Search

- Results

Results

Search Keyword: trebarwith strand
Total: 35 results found
Treligga & Trecarne
...Trebarwith village. In Trebarwith fork left and then take the footpath on the left, following the track past the old mill, forking right and then right again to return to Trebarwith Strand. At Trebarw...
Tintagel to Port Isaac
...Trebarwith Strand and Port Isaac is especially long and difficult, with some steep descents into valleys and tough climbs up to the cliff tops again, especially beyond Bounds Cliff. Historically this ...
Falmouth Town Station - Falmouth Packet
...Strand, ahead. Carry on along the High Street as it becomes Market Strand, and bear left onto Market Street beyond. King George V laid the foundation stone for the Prince of Wales Pier in 1903. It w...
Riviera Line - Dawlish Station - Dawlish Town Trail
...Strand. The Strand, originally known as Pleasant Row, was built in 1803 being then made up almost entirely of boarding houses. Many have now been transformed into modern shops. Either continue along ...
St Ives Town Trail
...Strand. The hotel at Pedn-Olva ('lookout headland') is on the site of the engine house from a copper mine, (Wheal Providence), and at the foot of the cliff below there are the remains of a gr...
Porthallow and Nare Point
...strands. They are fine places for rock pooling and for fishing, as well as for watching the ships go by. Dogs are allowed here. Mên-aver is a splendid example of a raised beach, or wave-cut platform, ...
Daddyhole Plain
...Strand. The Pavilion started life as an elegant theatre and assembly room during Edwardian times. Together with the entire area of the Princess Gardens, it was built on land reclaimed from the sea du...
Roundham Head
...stranded and bilged here on her way from Torbay to blockade Brest in the French Revolutionary War. The 74-gun sailing vessel was constructed in Perry's Yard in Blackall in 1784, and it took about ...
Riviera Line - Paignton Station- Brixham
...strand of bleached pebble provides a sheltered spot where Lord Churston created a 19th century sea-water bathing house, today a rather romantic ruin overlooking water-skiing and bathing activities. El...
South Cornwall
...strand of this area’s industrial history. After rounding Gribbin Head, you’ll come across the charismatic town of Fowey and its sister village of Polruan, followed by the popular holiday destination o...
Meadfoot & London Bridge
...Strand, by the harbour, walk towards the Mallock Clock Tower, bearing left at the junction to walk up Torwood Street. At the traffic lights turn right into Parkhill Road, bearing left uphill along Mea...
Clodgy Point
...Strand. From the lifeboat station continue around the harbour, along Wharf Road. The original lifeboat station on Market Strand was built in 1867 and rebuilt in 1911. The first motor lifeboat was int...
Dodman Point
...strand looks as though it is composed of sand, it is actually fine shingle, ground from the Devonian slate (or 'killas') laid down in deep seas some 400 million years ago. Not surprisingly, in...
Crackington Haven Circular
...Strand, ignore the path heading inland to carry on along the Coast Path. Beyond, the islet known as Samphire Rock is named after a rubbery-leaved plant, rock samphire, also known as Cornish asparagus...
Woodhuish and Mansands
...strands of woven fabric. On the cliffs above Scabbacombe Sands there is a colony of fulmars, gull-like birds who live out on the open ocean but come back to the coast to breed, and in Woodhuish Farm, ...
Glenthorne
...Strand magazine and, in this role, the original publisher of Sherlock Holmes (see the Hollerday Hill Walk). Retrace your steps for 200 metres and follow the signs for ‘Ben’s Path’. Please take note o...
Hollerday Hill
...Strand magazine featured the exploits of Sherlock Holmes, crafted by the pen of his great friend Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Newnes's fortunes rocketed. In common with many a Romantic, including Coler...
Teignmouth to Dawlish Railway Walk
...stranded in the sea, with his clerk a short distance away. In that instant, they were both turned to stone, and stand there to this day. Go down the steps and through the archway beyond, and follow S...
Avocet Line: Exmouth Seafront
...Strand around to the right, carrying straight on ahead on the left-hand pavement when the road splits. At the roundabout turn left away from the town centre past the bus station back to the railway st...
Riviera Line - Starcross - Powderham
...Strand. Turn left on the main road, crossing over and walking a short distance to the station. The redbrick church-like building by the ferry stance is the last remaining pumping house from Isambard ...