Welcome to Walking Cornwall

Cornwall Coast to Coast

Discover Cornwall and stay in amazing locations along the Cornwall coast.

Coastal Tours Cornwall

Discover Cornwall and stay in amazing locations along the Cornwall coast.

6 Day Cornwall Coastal Tour

Discover Cornwall and stay in amazing locations along the Cornwall coast.

Holiday accommodation and activity holidays in Cornwall.

Looe & South East Cornwall area

The Looe and South East Cornwall area is home to one of the destinations most often associated with Cornish smuggling, the famous fishing harbour town of Polperro. This splendid picturesque village is arguably one of the most well known of locations in this area, even with people who have never visted Cornwall

Truro and Roseland Peninsula area

The Roseland Peninsula is an attractive area of quiet beaches, impressive coastal and river scenery and picturesque villages, within easy access of Truro, Falmouth and St Austell. What is often thought of as the capital, St Mawes, can be visited by passenger ferry from Falmouth.

St Austell & Eden Project area

Eden Project is near to the town of St Austell in the county of Cornwall in South West England. Our full address is Eden Project, Bodelva, St Austell, Cornwall, PL24 2SG, UK.

Camborne & Redruth area

This was the centre of the Cornish mining industry, and home to many of its most important mines and individuals. The impressive bulk of Carn Brea – a high granite ridge with jagged outcrops and fantastic 360° vistas – frames most views of Camborne and Redruth

Lizard Peninsula area

Lizard village is the most southerly on the British mainland, and is in the civil parish of Landewednack, the most southerly parish. The valleys of the River Helford and Loe Pool form the northern boundary, with the rest of the peninsula surrounded by sea.

Penzance & Land's End area

The ancient market town of Penzance is the Capital of the far west of Cornwall and is set in beautiful Mounts Bay - a body of water dominated by the grandeur of St. Michael's Mount. Located just 10 miles from Land's End, an area of Celtic culture and outstanding natural beauty surrounds the town.

Holiday accommodation and activity holidays in Cornwall.

Padstow area

With magnificent coastal views over Bedruthan Steps, the beautiful estuary of the River Camel at Padstow, with its famous walking and cycle trail, Newquay with its fine beaches and excellent surfing facilities, Perranporth with one of the longest beaches in Cornwall, stretching to three miles of golden sand.

Newquay area

Plan ahead and download your copy of the Visit Newquay Map here by clicking on the link below! Download the Visit Newquay Town Map here. On the Visit Newquay Map it gives you a comprehensive street plan of Newquay and the surrounding area, a beach guide for swimming and surfing and map

St Ives area

St Ives, Cornwall. St Ives is famous for its artistic heritage, its light, a picturesque harbour and its wonderful narrow streets. St Ives has a number of fine beaches including Porthmeor, Porthgwidden and Porthminster. See Beaches for details of each beach.

Falmouth area

There are a plethora of trails covering coastal paths, bridleways, quiet lanes as well as the South West Coast Path, which runs right through Falmouth. We've put together a variety of local self-guided maps for you to download with additional suggested walking trails around the Roseland Peninsula

Bude area

Bude is large enough to provide a good range of facilities with a choice of accommodation, shops, restaurants and sports facilities, yet it is small enough to remain its Cornish charm. The nightlife is also quiet and relaxed.

Secret Places Cornwall

Beaches and More! These range from barely accessible smugglers coves up to wide sandy beaches where you may not see another soul. Many of these secluded beaches will require a pair of stout walking shoes and some a good set of nerves to get down the cliff. None have lifeguard cover but all are beautiful places to explore.

Walking Holidays Tours Cornwall

Walking holidays in Cornwall, holiday cottages, activity holidays, holiday attractions gardens and restaurants, naturist camping and campsites, touring and holidays parks, hotels, bed and breakfast B&B in Cornwall. includes:

  • Special Accommodation
  • Cornwall's World Famous Attractions
  • Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • Cornwalls Best Pubs & Inns
  • National Maritime Museum
  • Coast to Coast Walks
  • Hidden Beaches

For the energetic our Walking Holidays will involve about 8-9 miles per day but with plenty of stops and a relatively leisurely pace. For those preferring short walks see the Garden Holidays section. These include day trips to hidden beaches and nature parks.

Choose either and you will see the secret and spectacular places of Cornwall UK together with (either inclusive or by arrangement) some of the County's world famous attractions e.g. Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Tate of the West and National Maritime Museum Cornwall.