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Late Summer Sun and the Best Coastal Walking in Cornwall

Idyllic sandy coves, dramatic cliffs and breath-taking seaward views: coastal walking in Cornwall and a week by the sea is a fantastic way to revitalise and grab a last burst of warmth before the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. The good weather tends to linger on down here; the sea is at its warmest and conditions often settle down as the high-season crowds depart.

At this point, the famous South-West Coast Path follows well-maintained tracks from bay to bay, over headlands with show-stopping viewpoints, dropping down into the occasional cheery harbour where the cafes compete to provide the best cream teas in Cornwall.

On our Cornish Coast Walking Holiday we have selected what we consider the very best section, that which runs from Hartland Quay (technically still in Devon), down over the border into Cornwall and then on through the buzzing seaside town of Bude, through Crackington Haven to the beautiful Boscastle Harbour.

As ever, we will host your holiday, guide all walking, organise the hotel and any transport need to get to the start and finish of our day’s walk. All you need to do is turn up! Join us on September 28th to October 2nd for a dose of late British summer in a spectacular corner of England.

For more info please see: Cornwall Coast Walking Holiday


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