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Coastal walks with a bus trip home are firmly established as a favourite family day-out for us. We first tried it in Pembrokeshire earlier in the year and on Bank Holiday Monday decided to try out Cornwall's version - we weren't disappointed. We initially set...More
We caught the A3 open top bus from St Ives to Zennor which takes around 15 minutes and cost £3.40 each. After fortifying ourselves with a cup of tea and delicious cake at the Chapel tea rooms we set off past the church and followed...More
this walk is nice and leisurely walking from penzance you go over the dry dock bridge,and turn left on to the promanade past the "jubbilee" pool and into "newlyn",following the coast road round the harbour.and on to towards the memorial where the "penlee" lifeboat was...More
We walked from St Ives to Gunards head along the coastal path. As said in a previous review this is not an easy section of path to take. We were there on a warm day it was August 4th so not a lot of rain....More
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
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 mines. The path is often rocky but I didn't find it hard-going.
The section between Hartland Point and Port Isaac is very dramatic too.
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