Walking Holidays in Cornwall - An Ideal Way to Explore West Cornwall
West Cornwall, is very popular with walkers, who love the stunning South West Coast Path, and the wild rugged granite moors of West Penwith. Being keen walkers ourselves, we can help you make the most of your stay, whether you want an easy stroll or a full day of exploring. We can supply Land Ranger Ordinance survey maps, which are ideal for walkers and drivers. Packed lunches can be made but we know lots of good cafes near walking routes too.
Little Pengelly is between the two coasts, so if it is windy on one coast, you may switch to the calmer one (although the waves won’t be as good!) There are also lovely inland areas, a few miles away at Godolphin and Penrose Estate, which are both owned by the National Trust. You can enjoy the Bluebell Woods during spring time at Godolphin, and see both coasts from the top of Godolphin hill on a clear day.
Rinsey to Porthleven
National Trust owned, marvellous wild flowers and wildlife
Penrose estate follow the river from Helston to Loe Pool then Porthleven
National Trust owned, well known for interesting bird life, quiet wide sandy beach at Loe Bar
Walk from Carbis bay into St Ives
Follow the South West coast Path past bays of turquoise sea and enjoy the best view of the fisherman’s cottages and pretty harbour town of St. Ives.
Treen to Porthcurno
Stunning granite cliffs look down on bays of white sand
Porthgwarra to Land’s End
Marvellous cliff formations and rolling waves pounding in from the Atlantic. Look out for the Gannets.