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Walking Tours in Cornwall

Walking in Cornwall

  • Walk down the tiny streets of iconic Cornish fishing villages such as Mousehole and Newlyn
  • Enjoy traditional Cornish cream tea of scones, jam and clotted cream
  • Explore iconic St Michael’s Mount, a pilgrimage site full of myths & legends
  • See Tintagel and its mystical connections to King Arthur and Merlin
  • Visit Plymouth’s waterfront walkway with stunning harbor and maritime history.
  • Stroll along the bustling fishing ports of Dartmouth and Brixham

The Cornish sections of the South West Coast Path are a wonderful way to explore the rocky cliffs and sandy expanses which lead to Land's End (the most westerly point of England). Cornwall's landscapes, people and history combine to create a relaxed vibe and intriguing traditions.

But it isn't just about the South West Coast Path, there is so much to enjoy in this beautiful corner of England. Make the most of the local food and hospitality by walking Cornwall In Style, or walk Padstow to St Michael's Mount along an ancient pilgrimage route which is actually part of the Camino de Santiago.

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