Reasons for loving the South West Coast Path!
Shimmering blue sea that makes you feel somewhere a bit more exotic!!
Ogling and caving in to those delicious cream teas in tearooms all along the path - followed by...
Ups and downs on the cliff-top paths to burn them off once you have given in!
Theatre performances in the open-air with the waves crashing around you at the beautiful Minack Theatre in Porthcurno
Hidden sandy coves popping into view as you round another corner
Wild, crashing waves at Lizard Point - the most Southernly point on the British mainland
Exotic plants and flowers growing on the Lizard Peninsula in it's sub-tropical conditions
Seals popping up through the waves and disappearing again before you get a chance to catch it on film!
Tin-mining history and fascinating museums explaing their past
Cornish pasties, stargazy pie, locally caugh fish and chips...those cliff top paths are an essential after feasting on all these Cornish specialities!
Oystercatchers, choughs, litte egrets and kittiwakes - just some of the birdlife found near the cliffs of the South West coast!
Art galleries, craft shops and boutiques galore in the beautiful town of St Ives
Salt spray and sea breezes in your hair as you walk along the coast-hugging paths
The connoisseurs' Lands End - Cape Cornwall - originally thought to be the most westernly point and a lot quieter!
Pretty little fishing villages such as Porthleven, Coverack, and Sennen Cove offer warm and welcome stopovers for the night
Amazing rock formations and fascinating geology
Tempting rest stops on golden, sandy beaches
Homely, warm and welcoming B&B's and guesthouses offering a true Cornish welcome!
See the full range of South West Coast Path itineraries at Macs Adventure.