Cornwall Coastal Paths

cornwall_2 Cornwall – varied coast and a mild climate. You walk on coastal paths with breathtaking cliffs and sandy beaches. Little harbours, typically English, dot the coast and convey the character of the country and the folk. Explore also the peninsula with its meadows and forests. Watch birds and see rare flowers. Not to forget […]

cornwall_2 Cornwall – varied coast and a mild climate. You walk on coastal paths with breathtaking cliffs and sandy beaches. Little harbours, typically English, dot the coast and convey the character of the country and the folk. Explore also the peninsula with its meadows and forests. Watch birds and see rare flowers. Not to forget the many scenic views of the sea!

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1
Individual journey to Helston.
Day 2
Roundtrip, “Inland Lake”.
From Helston, the capital of „Lizard Peninsula“ you start on a comfortable round trip to the largest inland lake of Cornwall named Loe Pool. Walk into the forests of Penrose and to the little fishing port of Porthleven and back to Helston. Walking time: approx. 3 to 4.5 hrs.
Day 3
Helston-St. Keveme
Short taxi transfer from Lizard Peninsula to Manacan, where you can observe the tranquil water and forested bank of Frenchman Creek. Follw the coastal path with it’s magnificent cliffs and sandy beaches to the small port of Porthallow, then to the village St. Keverne. Walking time: approx. 3 to 4.5 hrs.
Day 4
Roundtrip, “Coastal Path”
At first you walk south through green fields to the coast of Coverack with pretty houses surrounding the port. Then you return on the coastal path, from rocky cliffs to flat shingle beaches. You pass the „Manacles“, an infamous rock near the coast which is responsible for over 150 shipwrecks. Walking time: approx. 4 to 4.5 hrs
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Day 5
St. Keveme- Mullion
The day starts with a short transfer to Arrowan. You walk along the South West Coast Path through the fishing village of Cadgwith, whose origins can be found in medieval times. The Path continues towards beautiful beaches of the Lizard Peninsula. By bus to Mullion, the largest village of the peninsula with inns, restaurants and a museum of art. Walking time: approx. 3 hrs.
Day 6
Roundtrip , “Southernmost tip”
Catch the coach down to Lizard, the southernmost tip of Great Britain. This place has been a popular holiday destination since the Victorian age. From the famous lighthouse you follow the most dramatic and beautiful stage of the coastal path back to Mullion. Walking time: approx. 4 to 5 hrs.
Day 7
Rountrip,” Fishing Villages”
Walk over gentle hills along footpaths and on boardwalks over the moor to the coast with fishing village of Gunwalloe. Walk on Halzephron cliff with sceniv views over Loe Bar and Porthleven. Continue on the coastal path along small coves e.g. Church Cove and Poldhu Cove back to Mullion. Walking time: approx. 4 to 5.5 hrs.
Day 8
Departure after breakfast
Tour Rating- easy to moderate
Comfortable walks on well maintained paths, easily manageable with a basic fitness level. You walk from 8 to 15 km per day.

Schedule & Price

Daily depatures possible from April to August

Price per person (double occ.)
1200CAD

Single room surcharge
500CAD

This tour includes:
-7 nights accommodation in typical English B & B’s, all with private facilities.
-Breakfasts each day
– Transfer to Manacan on Day 3
-Information Pack
– Luggage transfers
-Detailed maps and walking instructions