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
When a fabulously bright and sunny day dawns in wintertime, the Cornish have a special name for it: – “A day lent from summer” and those balmy sun filled days are perfect for walking in Cornwall
A walk along the coastal footpath with a lovely view over Perranuthnoe
Portheras Cove is hauntingly beautiful and only reached by walking along the coast footpath. Just perfect for a secluded day on the beach
For the last Bank Holiday of the year we walked from the farm to visit a nearby favourite cove to enjoy the summer sunshine, spurning the busy roads and we enjoyed two very special days of contrasts that must be the very essence of experience of Classic Cornwall.
Explore the wonderful cliffs that lay between Zennor and Gurnard’s Head. This blog has an album of snaps taken on a spring walk. That day we passed isolated coves, cornish mines and finishes on an Iron age Fort,
We visited Boscawen-un stone circle again this week mainly because Charles loves to photograph the ancient Cornish landmarks! At one point he had built up a fairly good collection but it was sadly lost down a crack of the computer never to be seen again. The years have gone by and a return visit to […]