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A Perfect Cornish Spring Walk

A Perfect Cornish Spring Walk

Spring is one of our favourite times to be surrounded by the beauty of Cornwall.  
With April bringing with it the idea of sunshine, greenery and blossom we thought it was the perfect time to share our favourite Cornish walks with you, so you too can experience the wonders of our county.

  Rosemullion Head
The walk around Rosemullion Head is a circular walk and quite manageable at four miles. It includes breath-taking views across the Helford Estuary as well as scenic delights, such as the 14thcentury church it begins at and the idyllic fields of wild flowers.  We recommend stopping at The Red Lion Pub for a refuel and bevvie before continuing your trek. 
The Hall Walk
If you are a fan of Daphne Du Maurier, this one is for you. Another 4-mile walk, this walk was one of Daphne’s favourites and takes you on a journey through the banks of Pont Pill and the tidal creek. Fowey is such a beautiful place and this is the perfect way to enjoy it.
 Crantock and Penpol Creek
The golden sands of Crantock beach are blessed with a raw beauty like no other. This walk is short and easy and starts at the National Trust Car Park.  Highlights include listening to the birdcall of the local wildlife, taking a picnic by the beach. and if its warm enough, a quick dip!
 A Circular Walk around the Roseland Peninsula
If you're looking for a day out then add this walk to your list. This walk explores the breath taking beauty of the Roseland. Use the Place ferry from St Mawes to start your adventure and take your time exploring St Anthony's head & the little coves that pepper this area. If you want to follow our guide then just click here.
Best Cornish Walks Roseland PeninsulaMylor to Flushing
This 2.5 mile circular walk (which is also dog friendly) takes you from the small parish of Mylor to picturesque Flushing. On your journey you'll amble through fields next to the coast and will see stunning views over Carrick Waters. Treat yourself to a delicious pub lunch in Flushing before you finish your walk. Click here for a more detailed guide.
Cornish walk from Mylor to Flushing Zenor to The Gunnard's Head

This 2 mile walk along the coastal path from Zennor to The Gurnard’s Head has breath-taking views of rural and coastal scenery. The stunning coastline looks amazing whatever time of year you decide to do it. With the ever changing weather and seasons this is a walk that you can do again and again and never see the same thing twice. Click here to follow our guide.
Gunnard's Head Walk

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