Walking in West Cornwall is unbeatable. The South West Coastal Footpath runs like a parting through the heather and gorse of the cliff tops for a spectacular 130 miles. In and out of exquisite coastal valleys, rocky coves, past virgin beaches, and through charming towns and villages. Away from the coast, West Cornwall has a superb network of footpaths that cross exhilarating moorland, follow ancient field paths, wind through cool woodland glades to tiny hamlets and churches, with the pleasures of a wonderful old inn or pub along the way.
If you are looking for a lovely Summer walk with fantastic views it’s definitely worth checkout out the Summer Walking in Cornwall page at the National Trust. As always, these areas are just superb natural beauty spots which are well worth a visit.
For details of footpaths and rights of way in Penwith see www.parow.org.uk