Cornwall Coast, your guide from north to south along the whole coastline
Cornwall coast web site is packed with detail and photographs
about the wonderful Cornish scenery along the entire seaboard of our lovely
county in England's West Country. The Coast Path runs all the way round the
Cornish coast for 258 miles and its all a public right of way.
- Cornwall in any season gives you good
walking on this path
- Summer is warm, winter is mild, but the
path can get windy sometimes!
- starting from Bude in the north, this
web site takes the form of a series of coastal walks
- to the River Tamar on the southern boundary
- Click on any walk to get details and photos
of the path and beaches.
- The climate is mild and the scenery stunning
- Come on down and enjoy our climate all
- 250 miles of pure Cornish scenery and
the route is never far from pubs.
And if you come here, then stay on the
Corisande Manor, Newquay, Cornwall on the Cornrwall Coast path. Central
for all coastal walks, including some nice walks along the sea right from our
front door. Click on the button for full details and photos.
Manor Hotel Cornwall
And if you want to learn more about the
whole area, then try our Cornwall information site
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An except from our door reads
- Leaving Corisande
Manor, you can cross the Gannel a number of ways. At high tide in season,
a ferry runs from the Fern Pit Cafe to Crantock Beach. Out of season no ferry,
and you wait for the tide to recede. When the tide is out you can cross by
a tidal bridge (i.e. it is submerged at high tide) at the Fern Pit, or 400
yards upstream. The tide only covers the bridges for about 4 hours in every
12. If you do not mind wet feet you can wade across at low tide, the Gannel
is only about 2 feet deep in many places.
- On the south side of the Gannel you follow the wide sandy
beach at Crantock. The village is tucked away behind the sand dunes, and is
worth a detour.
- At the far end of Crantock Beach the path climbs up to low
cliffs and out onto Pentire Point West, before descending to Porth Joke, a
comparatively unspoilt cove (because the car park is a mile away from the
beach) owned by the National trust
Cornwall Coast your guide to the complete 258 miles of footpath
and lots of beaches along the way. pp