Our beautiful area is full of spectacular beaches, quaint Cornish fishing villages and windswept moorland all waiting to be discovered.
Looe to Polperro
The coastal path from Looe to Polperro is one of the most spectacular sections of the entire SW coastal path and a definite ‘must do’ when you are in the area.
There are a number of different options but a personal recommendation is to walk from Looe to Polperro. You can break your walk at Talland Bay, a beautiful cove with two cafes open during the season.
The walk provides the perfect introduction to Polperro walking down through the Warren past the pretty fishermans cottages down to the harbour.
The Hall Walk
The Hall Walk, named after the farm at the top of Boddinick is a circular woodland walk encompassing Fowey, Polruan and Boddinick.
You cross the river three times with two ferry journeys and a small bridge at Pont. A stroll through Fowey, breaks up the walk, ideal for refreshments or a little souvenir shopping
The Rame Pennisula
This ‘forgotten’ corner of Cornwall is well worth a visit. Following the road along up the coast, not only takes you to the spectacular Whitsands but also the quaint villages of Cawsands and Kingsands on the edge of Plymouth Sound. Home to a few great pubs too, including the Rising Sun, Devonport and the Crosskeys
From here you can walk through to the stately Mount Edgecumbe estate, home to the national Camilla collection and also provides views across to Plymouth and Dartmoor beyond.
A very different feel to the coastal areas of Cornwall, Bodmin moor brings raw beauty and windswept landscapes.
Just head north of Liskeard and you will soon see the granite boulders, hardy sheep and evidence of past mining.
One of our regular walks in to park at Minions and walk to the Cheesewring, a unique rock formation. Once you have ascended you are blessed with 360 degree views.