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South West Coast Path Walking Holidays

The South West Coast Path National Trail (also known as the SWCP) is one of England's national treasures. Stretching 630 miles from Minehead in Somerset, including destinations like Padstow and St Ives, Newquay, Falmouth, Plymouth to Brixham, Exeter and Lyme Regis to Poole in Dorset: a South West Coast Path walking holiday should be on every walker's bucket list.

Since 2008, Macs Adventure has been helping walkers navigate this glorious stretch of coastline. With the freedom to create your own itinerary and the knowledge that our team has the expertise to tailor-make this trip to perfectly suit you, you can book the South West Coast Path with confidence.

Whether you are looking to walk the full 630 miles (perhaps broken up over a few years!) or just hone in one one of the more popular sections, we have you covered, so all you need to do is pick your route and let us take care of everything else. For all the information you need on the South West Coast Path, you can download our free guide.

Discover South West Coast Path

  • Download our Free Guide to the South West Coast Path
    Download our Free Guide to the South West Coast Path

    Thinking of walking the South West Coast Path? There is so much information on this mammoth coastal hike that sometimes it is difficult to know where to start. 

    Luckily it is Macs Adventure to the rescue! Simply download our Free 14-page South West Coast Path guide from the link below to read on your phone, tablet or good old printed page.  

     

    Download your Free South West Coast Path Guide

  • Why Book your South West Coast Path with Macs Adventure?
    Why Book your South West Coast Path with Macs Adventure?

    Macs Adventure has been running self guided walking holidays on the South West Coast Path since 2008. From the moment we walked a section of the South West Coast Path we knew that it was a trip we had to get on board with.  The wild, rugged scenery, history and towns just grabbed us and we set out to make a trip we could be proud of. 

    We now send over 500 walkers on the route every year, each of them finding their own adventure on clifftops of South West England. We wanted to provide the freedom to choose your route, itinerary and travel companions and to take the South West Coast Path at your own pace, whether this was the full route on a once in a lifetime trip, or just seeking out the best sections. 

    We know how daunting it can be, setting off on an adventure of this scale and we quickly realised how important it was to have amazing partners on the ground, so we sought to seek out the friendliest accommodation owners and most efficient baggage handlers to make this beautiful route a hassle-free and memorable holiday. 

    We offer a flexible, tailor-made South West Coast Path experience that gets you in comfortable, friendly overnight accommodation in local B&Bs and guesthouses. We carry your bags to lighten your load so you can concentrate on simply putting one foot in front of the other and enjoying the unique trails, scenery and villages on the route. You can book with confidence that we have it all covered for you. 

    We want to showcase our expertise, by giving you all the resources you will ever need.  In the planning stage, we have free guides, comprehensive videos and a host of staff who have walked the route, waiting to answer your questions. On the route, we use high-quality digital mapping as well as the best maps and guidebooks to make sure you find your way.  

    We love the South West Coast Path and our main aim is to make sure that you do too.  

  • Walking the South West Coast Path

    The South West Path stretches around the south-west peninsula of England, exposing dramatic coastal scenery as the walk unfolds.  The route is split into several delightful sections as walking the entire route at once would be rather time-consuming.  This video gives you an overview of the route and how best to tackle it.  

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