Friday, 7 June 2013

5 Cornish Walks for the Summer

When the sun's out and you're in Cornwall, the natural reaction is to be outside. Whether that's on the beach, in the garden or on one of the many stunning coastal walks the county has to offer. Here are Cornish Secret's guide to give of the best easy walks you can do to pass an afternoon.

Lizard Coast Walk

Brilliant views stretching out to Cornwall's southern most point - hidden gems such as Kynance Cover and Cadgwith can be found along the route


This part of the world is famed for storing huge ships - the Fal and Helford river area is a beautiful, tranquil, Wind In the Willows style part of Cornwall..and the walk from Trelissick to Roundwood Quay emphasises this. 

St. Ives to St. Just

A favourite for many in the far west of the County - the St. Ives to St. Just segment of the South West Coastal path is the best bit of rugged Cornwall you can get


The area around Fowey was not only made famous by Daphne Du Maurier - the coastal scenery here is stunning and the perfect romantic escape. If you go anywhere near Polkerris beach, be sure to stop by Sam's on the Beach

Hayle / Gwithian Beach

So we might be coming back to this again - but the area around Hayle's estuary and 3 mile of Golden Sands can't be written off. It's a great, accessible location and some of the most beautiful sand you're likely to see.

Here at Cornish Secrets we can provide luxury Cornish holiday cottages to suit a range of needs in a variety of locations. Contact us today for more information and to quiz us on what's best for you! Why not have a look at some of our favourite Cornish beaches for information about where to stop off during your walks.

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