Our Favourite Cornish Walks

After a long day baking we love to get out in the fresh sea air and stomp along the coast path, so we wanted to share our favourite Cornish walks with you.
St Just in Roseland to St Mawes
From our Tea Room follow the path down to the creek, and out to the coastpath. This walk hugs the edge of the river all the way to St Mawes and has incredible views the whole way. With secret coves for paddling or wild swimming and plenty of picnic spots along the way, this is a stunning Cornish walk at any time of the year.
Devoran to Portreath
Cornish wall
The Coast to Coast path runs from Devoran to Portreath. Walk or cycle, this is a great 11 mile route that takes you from the peaceful creeks at Devoran, right through the heart of Cornish tin mining country and out onto the wild and dramatic north coast of Cornwall at Portreath.
Tintagel to Boscastle
Tintagel Castle, Cornwall
A little further afield, this walk takes in some of the most spectacular coastline in Cornwall. Explore the ruins of Tintagel Castle and the myths of King Arthur before following the coast path towards Boscastle Harbour. On a clear day you'll be able to see Lundy Island out to sea and you'll pass through the dramatic Rocky Valley.
Porthcurno to Lamorna
Porthcurno, Cornwall
There is so much to see on this walk, from the Minack Theatre nestled into the cliffs above the white sands of Porthcurno, to the filming locations of BBC's Poldark series. Stop for a wild swim or a paddle if you're brave enough in one of the many coves along the way, visit the local cafes for a well deserved pasty and be prepared for lots of steep climbs on this walk! The hard work is well rewarded by some of the most beautiful views in Cornwall.