When it comes to walking, Cornwall is superb and should be near the top of every one’s must-hike list. Part two of our guide to the best walks in Cornwall.
To help you choose when to book your walking holiday in Cornwall, here’s a month-by-month guide to the weather.
Out on its own and almost an island, the Lizard Peninsula has its own wild beauty and unique geology.
Walking can have a wonderfully positive effect on our wellbeing. Discover more...
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Head west to Penzance and keep on going until you can’t go any further. This is Cornwall’s west coast, a wave-lashed landscape of sweeping bays and majestic cliffs.
We all know plenty of facts about Cornwall – so we’ve delved deep to come up with some rather more obscure ones…
The Isles of Scilly may be close to the Cornish coast, but they’re another world and are one of our favourite places to unwind.
All our walks require a certain degree of fitness, especially if you want to enjoy the breath-taking scenery without being too short of breath.
When you’re planning your Cornwall walking holiday, it’s always worth checking out what’s on in the area. See
Our mineral-rich heritage is all around us, and all our walking holidays take in areas of special geological interest. Discover the the best coastal walks for geologists in Cornwall.
An army marches on its stomach, right? Well, so do walkers, and there’s nothing like some hearty Cornish food on a good coastal walk. Here are a few of our favourite local foods.
Rosamunde Pilcher’s written descriptions of Cornwall, especially the coast, are beautifully vivid and evocative.
Add a day (or two) to make the most of Cornwall's gardens, beaches and charming harbour towns.
It really is worth taking in a stunning Cornish garden or two and we’d like to introduce you to a few of our favourites.
What wildlife can you see on a summer walk in Cornwall? Here are a few of our must-spot favourites.
There are so many reasons to visit our beautiful county, and a love of Cornish art is one of them.
Packing for a walking holiday requires some careful planning, especially in Cornwall. What do you need to wear and pack?
Spring’s here, and it feels like nature’s waking up again. There’s a lot of wonderful wildlife to spot here in Cornwall, in the sea, sky and inland.
Why do we love Cornwall so much? Here are just a few of the reasons...
Love settling down on a Sunday to watch Poldark? It’s time to leave that sofa and head out for a walking holiday in Cornwall that lets you see the stunning locations for yourself…
When you’re planning your Cornwall walking holiday, it’s always worth checking out what’s on in the area.
With over 296 miles of stunning coast line, wind-swept moors and endless footpaths, Cornwall offers some of the UK’s best hiking. Come and take a look at some of our favourites.
Wild, windy, beautiful and empty. Cornwall comes into its own once the crowds depart and the Atlantic storms are unleashed. Short day walks in between the storms are the way to go.
As far as we’re concerned, the best days out are all about three simple things: fresh air, great views and delicious food. Here are a few of our food-with a view favourites.
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