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A 5 mile walk around Newquay's fascinating shoreline on the South West Coast Path, taking in the long sandy beaches with their Atlantic breakers which make it one of Britain's surf capitals, as well as its rocky headlands with their spectacular...more
We stayed in Newquay for a couple of days and did bits of the walk in stages rather than all at once.
We stayed in a hotel overlooking Fistral beach and walked along the beach with the dog walkers and back along the cliff path....More
Walked from bedruthen steps to porth but did cheat a bit by walking along the beach from Watergate bay. Absolutely stunning views. Bit tough in places as my knees don't like lots of steps but well worth the aches n pains.
Did a 6 hour hike down past Newquay down around Crantock way and back, I walked it solo and although it could be maybe a little better sign posted as I got mislead by the signs twice, if you do end up confused the parking...More
Download the walk from internet, which starts in town at railway station, heading down path of old tramway to follow parts of coastal path, around the beaches to towan headland and pentire to fistral beach.
Great walk but factor in your journey to and from...More
This is a worthwhile path to take to get excellent views over the wonderful sandy bays on this coast and the amazing rocks with crashing waves.The path was pretty well made and I didn't have any difficulty on it. There were well placed seats where...More