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The River Lynher flows south to meet the Tamar at its estuary below Saltash beyond St Germans. The harbours, beaches and inlets of north and south coast make great days out. And of course the wonderful South West coast path is fantastic for walks on stunning cliffs with fantastic views.

 

Cornwall's north coast

north coastWalks

For a guide to routes and starting points the links below are to walk guides are on the official South West Coast Path website:
Bude - Coast & Canal
Boscastle & Pentargon waterfall
Crackington Haven
Glebe Cliff, Tintagel

Tintagel Castle

The ruins of the 13th century castle are on the spectacular Atlantic cliffs, where the legend of King Arthur was born!
Tintagel Castle

The Rumps

The Rumps Iron Age cliff castle and Pentire Point; walk from Polzeath or park at Pentire Farm.
The Rumps

Boscastle

Picturesque medieval harbour and dramatic coastline.
Boscastle

Bude Canal

Newly refurbished canal lochs and paths from the harbour alongside the canal.
Bude Canal

 

Cornwall's south coast

Walks

south coast CornwallFor a guide to routes and starting points the links below are to walk guides are on the official South West Coast Path website:
Cremyl Ferry to Kingsand & Cawsand
Cawsand to Rame Head and Whitsand Bay and
Bodinnick, Polruan and Fowey

Rame Head cliff castle

This iron age cliff castle lies within the Mount Edgecumbe Country Park, park at Ram for fantastic views, or walk fro Kingsand.

Rame Head

Cawsand Ferry

Passenger ferry from Plymouth Barbican, only 5 minutes from the City Centre, with the beautiful Rame Peninsula. Visit the hidden twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand.

Cawsand Ferry

Polruan

Visit the little fishing harbour opposite Fowey and walk to Bodinnick or along the coast to Lantic Bay. Bodinnick

Fowey to Mevagissey Ferry

Passenger ferry linking two picturesque harbours on the Fowey estuary. The walks on both sides of the estuary along along the coast are wonderful.
Fowey to Mevagissey Ferry

 

 

 

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