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History, views and even a good beach, Cape Cornwall to Portheras Cove.

We stayed in Trewellard and did two circular walks, firstly to Cape Cornwall and then Portheras... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Colin D
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Somerville, Australia
Zennor to St Ives

We took the bus to Zennor and walked back to St Ives. Total distance is about 7 miles but it took... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2017
junkbond007
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Norwich, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed in Trewellard and did two circular walks, firstly to Cape Cornwall and then Portheras Cove. Around Trewellard are the old tin, coper and arsenic mines. Remains of stone buildings, chimneys and even calibers remain. There are stunning views both north and south. The...More

Thank Colin D
Reviewed 12 May 2017

We took the bus to Zennor and walked back to St Ives. Total distance is about 7 miles but it took us five hours. This was partly because we were out of practice and partly because the route is quite hard going including some clambering...More

Thank junkbond007
Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

Some tough and tricky parts but such beautiful and stunning views andvthen lunch at the Tinners Arms in Zennor is a must do! Walked back across the fields to St Ives a total of 11 miles...wonderful

3  Thank Louise B
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

Walked from Penzance to Marazion . Fantastic walk completely ruined by the amount of dog excrement on the path . Needs some serious policing .

Thank Dorsydorsy
Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile

My partner and I walked the section of the coastal path from St Ives to Zennor and we thoroughly enjoyed it. At the start the path is good and suitable for any footwear however after a while it becomes very uneven and rocky, I'd strongly...More

5  Thank David W
Reviewed 29 June 2016

One of my main reasons for going to Cornwall was to do a coastal path walk. I was not disappointed with this short trip and was pleased that the weather was kind. Only about 2 1/2 miles but definitely Cornish miles. The path was good...More

Thank Tobywebb35
Reviewed 4 May 2016

My husband and I completed the coastal walk from St Ives to Zennor today, and although we found it quite difficult in places it was well worth it for the stunning views. It took us about four hours to complete and we had a well...More

1  Thank Lynda C
Reviewed 2 April 2016

What a lovely walk on a crisp, sunny day in late March. Parked at Lands End, community bus to St Just then short walk to Cape Cornwall. Brief stop for coffee and cake before setting off for coastal walk southwards towards Lands End. Stunning views,...More

Thank James S
Reviewed 3 February 2016

even on a blustery January day this is a great walk. The views are breathtaking. The path is mostly well maintained if muddy in places at this time of year. We were a little disappointed that we could not access the beach at Bedruthan Steps....More

Thank globetrotter51_10
Reviewed 2 December 2015

We walked two sections of the coastal path from Fowey - west towards Polkerris and east towards Lantic Bay. Both are circular walks, beginning and ending in Fowey (one involves getting the passenger ferry to Polruan from Fowey. The views are stunning, and even on...More

Thank edm1887
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Response from Dovegirl | Reviewed this property |
Hi I can recommend the section between Porthcurno and St Ives, which I did as five walks, accessing them by bus. There are dramatic views, rugged cliffs, beautiful bays, and the Pendeen to Cape Cornwall stretch has many old... More
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