What a holiday it would be to walk the South West Coast Path - all 630 miles of nature’s breathtaking backdrops, wonderful wildlife, hundreds of years of heritage and culture and millions of years of geology.
Walks Around Cornwall
Where better than Cornwall to meander many miles of coastline and countryside, or investigate the beautiful architecture, history and heritage of inland villages and towns on shanks' pony?
To help you set off on the right foot there are a number of routes and trails already well established to guide you on your way. The two major mega-walks are The South West Coast Path and The Cornish Way which is also aimed at cyclists. Both do what they say on their cover - wonderful walks around rugged cliffs, up hills and down dales and all the while uncovering stunning scenery, wonderful wildlife, history, culture and geology.
’Tis time to walk the walk or get on yer bike to enjoy the magic of Cornwall at a slower, more relaxing pace.
South West Coast Path
The Cornish Way
The alternative to the South West Cost Path is The Cornish Way which is aimed at cyclists as well as walkers. Its six routes run between Bude and Lands End, with a few detours on the way. As the crow flies, Newquay falls in the middle of these two towns and is a great place to rest and recuperate after a hard day on the road.
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