7-10 Day Breaks

Plymouth to Exmouth

101 miles in 8 days (Difficulty: Challenging)

This walk begins and ends at two of the region’s most important rivers, and takes you through the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, famous for it unspoilt coastline and tranquil river estuaries. Timing the first few days of your walk to match the ferry and tide times to cross these rivers is all part of the fun. Walking through Torbay, most people are surprised at how diverse this section is, with its mix of woodlands, beaches, harbours, cliffs, rolling hills and of course traditional seaside piers. Find out more...

Jurassic Coast

95 miles in 9 days (Difficulty: Days vary from Easy to Challenging)

This walk takes in the entire Jurassic Coast, England’s first UNESCO designated natural World Heritage Site. It covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth's history. It begins in Exmouth with the oldest red Triassic rocks and ends with the youngest white chalk stacks at Old Harry Rocks. The impact of the sea is distinctly evident in the many amazing rock formations and cliff faces on this stretch of coastline. Find out more...

Newquay to Penzance

84 miles in 10 days (Difficulty: Easy)

This walk is easily accessible by road, mainline trains and bus services, linking some of the most popular seaside holiday resorts of Cornwall. Some sections combine strenuous climbs alongside fairly level Coast Path and each day’s walk accounts for the extra time this may take at a leisurely pace. Much of this route forms part of the UNESCO designated Cornish Mining World Heritage site. Find out more...