Three short walks (or one longer one) exploring the spectacular views over Mounts Bay. This week our walk continues from Prussia cove to Porthlevan and finds some glorious, hidden coves along the way.
West Cornwall walks
West Cornwall walks within easy reach of Ednovean Farm along the South West coastal footpath and across the cornish downs.
Follow the South West Footpath as it skirts the sea or walk the breathtaking heathland of Penwith moors to find stone circles
Our last walk before lockdown was along was the cliffs of Mounts Bay near Rinsey on a perfect autumn day. There was such a treasure trove of sparkling seas, rugged cliffs and “poldarkesque” melancholy to explore along this spectacular route.
Piskies Cove is part of a spectacular cluster of sheltered coves known as Prussia cove in West Cornwall.
Trace the artfully cut paths across the gently shelving slate ledges to explore a classic Cornish cove at its very best.
The rugged cove of Porthmeor is breathtakingly beautiful. Porthmeor Cove combines the twin accolades of World Heritage site, in an area of Special Scientific interest.
If you are fit, have good walking boots and enjoy a challenge, with the reward of peace and solitude, then this is for you.
A trio of walks lead to Nanjizal Beach and The Song of the Sea across spectacular cliff top scenery. This magical sea cave has a sheltered turquoise lagoon within sound of the Atlantic breakers of Land’s End
As spring turned into summer, we’ve managed to squeeze in three lovely walks along the south west coastal footpath. Each walk has been very different and each walk is quite short (about a mile or so).
Carn Galver to Porthmoina Cove is a perfect short walk embracing a quintessentially ruined tin mine and the sea. it’s easy to find, just beside the B3036 that runs between Land’s End to St Ives.
Logan Rock presides over a beautiful stretch of coastline with dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches
To explore the holy wells of Cornwall is a chance to find quiet contemplative places away from the bustle of tourism and daily life. Sancreed or Chapel Downs Holy Well is one of the most easily accessed – although the setting has been heavily influenced by the Victorian clergyman’s idea of a garden
There are so many fascinating Ancient Sites to explore in West Cornwall.. We revisited the once mighty Iron Age fort of Chun Castle set beside the remarkable preserved Chun Quoit, in a commanding position high on the downs, with spectacular views over West Penwith.