Circular Walks

There are a number of circular walks which follow the route of the South West Coast Path.  Find out how long the route is, what facilities are nearby and whether the route is suitable for you by following the links below.

Before you start your walk please check the current information on temporary closures on public rights of way and on the South West Coast Path to make sure that they are open and available.

Cawsand Circular Walk - A superb and not too strenuous walk that follows the edge of the sea and cliffs past Penlee Point and Rame Head with its 11th century monks' chapel and stunning views to the glorious sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay.

Crantock Circular Walk - A short walk offering beautiful views over a tranquil estuary and sweeping Atlantic coast as well as the chance to explore the pretty coastal village of Crantock.

Perranuthnoe Circular Walk - A short walk from Perranuthnoe village in West Cornwall that includes part of the South West Coast Path.  The route includes magnificent views over Mount's Bay, and the inland return to Perranuthnoe village and its church goes through a landscape of small, stoned wall fields that are typical of this part of the south coast of Penwith.

Rinsey Circular Walk - Spectacular views of both the Lizard and Penwith Peninsulars' whilst surrounded by the remnants of the areas mining heritage. The inland sections also have superb views of the sea.

Perranporth to St Agnes - The majority of this walk is fairly level and enjoys excellent cliff top walking. It is an opportunity to experience mining heritage from start to finish as well as birdlife and wild flowers.

For further information and more walks, please visit South West Coast Path National Trail.