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A 6 mile headland walk along the South West Coast Path giving far-reaching views over the mouth of the River Camel and the Doom Bar, where mermaids wait to lure sailors to disaster! Features include sandy beaches, secluded coves, holy wells, a...more
Padstow Harbour | South West Coast Path Walk, Padstow PL28 8AF, England
All reviews beautiful walk hawkers cove stunning views coastal path tea garden lookout station trevone bay lifeboat station walking boots nice chat takes about hours harbour beach the cliff low tide tea room wild flowers prideaux place
Wear sensible footwear if you are to do this walk. If you park at Padstow walk around the Quay or over the tidal gate and take sign to Lower Beach, you go up a slope with a triangular field called Stile Field on your left,...More
It’s not a challenging walk but great for the views.
I would avoid the path and would follow the beach route and then cut off by the lifeboat station.
Enjoy the views of the rock area opposite, it’s best doing it pre low tide for...More
Great place to visit and the views are amazing. Lovely coastal walks and perfect for dog walking. The harbour is a fab place to sit and watch the world go by, lots of places to eat, including fish & chips, ice creams and of course...More
Quaint harbour village with beautiful walks in the area & an amazing walk along the beach when the tide is out. In this area of Cornwall it was my favourite place. Greens of Padstow is a lovely place to stop for a tea & scones,...More
We walked from Padstow to Constantine Bay via the stepper walk and it took us around 3 1/2 hours. It is a truly beautiful walk surrounded by natural beauty and amazing views across the bay. We were lucky to go on a semi-warm day. We...More
This is a walk of just over 5 miles and well worth it. You can also call in at the look out post on Stepper Point which is manned in daylight hours. Good views of the entrance ti the Camle and back towards Rock. You...More