Walking in Cornwall
There are a variety of coastal walks to be enjoyed within the surrounding Roseland Peninsula. This beautiful area makes up the South West Coast Path National Trail which stretches across 630 miles of superb coastal walking and offers some fantastic scenery. For more information please see our walking page.
St Anthony Head and Place:
Start at either St Anthony Head or from the ferry landing stage at Place. This is a circular walk of approximately 5 miles. Whichever place you decide to start from there will be some magnificent views out to Gerrans Bay and across to Falmouth. The terrain is mostly easy.
Portloe to Mevagissey
This walk is a little more strenuous and covers approximately 12 miles. There is a bit of a clamber across rocks out of Portloe, however, it eases up near Caerhays Castle. There are some fantastic views and on a clear day you can even make out Berry Head in Devon.
Pendennis Point to Maenporth Beach
Starting at the Pendennis Point car park this path stretches along the coast until you reach Swanpool beach then onto Maenporth
These are just a few local coastal walks as recommendations but there are many more to be found on the official South West Coast Path website. Please visit www.southwestcoastpath.com for more information.