When you explore Cornwall on foot, you see the countryside from a unique perspective; rolling fields and beachscapes look completely different when you’re immersed in them. From St Austell Bay to St Ives, or from Fowey to Flushing, no two places are the same.

World Heritage Site

Luxulyan Valley

This World Heritage Site can be described as nothing less than breathtaking. Its thickly wooded terrain surrounds the River Par, and plays home to some quite extraordinary early 19th Century industrial remains which are completely unique to the West Country. This three-mile walk is one you will remember, and also the perfect spot to enjoy a proper Cornish Pasty!

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A personal favourite

Gribbin Head

One of our favourite places to work up an appetite is on the coast path. West of Fowey (which is about a 20-minute drive away) you’ll find some breathtaking views. This circular walk takes about an hour and a half and you’ll find beaches, woodlands and hidden coves on your way. Check out the route here.

Enjoy a short break

Step away from the crowds

Lerryn to St Winnow

Step away from the summer crowds or find shelter in winter, this two-hour circular walk is a great one for all seasons. The route ambles around the banks of the Fowey estuary. Follow the path to the church of St Winnow before turning inland back to Lerryn through some National Trust woodland, via Ethy Mill.

Dog Walking Breaks

A challenging walk

Mevagissey to Par

This is the most challenging walk on our list as there are many steps to climb along this stretch of the South West Coast Path. It takes in some dramatic scenery, and passes through the historic harbour village of Charleston which provides a perfect pit stop for rest and refreshment before the final stretch of the journey to Par. Read more about the full route here.

Enjoy a short break

Five mile walk

The Dodman Loop

A five-mile walk of moderate difficulty – however, the views from Dodman Point over Veryan Bay towards Nare Head make the slight struggle all so very worthwhile. Look out for the HUGE granite cross at Dodman Point which was placed there in 1896 as a navigational aid for seafarers – it’s also the perfect spot for a scenic photo!

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Have an adventure

One of the greatest things about Cornwall is the sheer amount of natural, untouched landscapes that are ideal for a day of exploring. There’s no better feeling than reaching the top of a hill, looking down and just admiring the view. So why not make up some sandwiches, put on your wellies and go on your very own Cornish adventure.

Explore Cornwall

World Heritage Site

Luxulyan Valley

This World Heritage Site can be described as nothing less than breathtaking. Its thickly wooded terrain surrounds the River Par, and plays home to some quite extraordinary early 19th Century industrial remains which are completely unique to the West Country. This three-mile walk is one you will remember, and also the perfect spot to enjoy a proper Cornish Pasty!

Get in touch

A personal favourite

Gribbin Head

One of our favourite places to work up an appetite is on the coast path. West of Fowey (which is about a 20-minute drive away) you’ll find some breathtaking views. This circular walk takes about an hour and a half and you’ll find beaches, woodlands and hidden coves on your way. Check out the route here.

Enjoy a short break

Step away from crowds

Lerryn to St Winnow

Step away from the summer crowds or find shelter in winter, this two-hour circular walk is a great one for all seasons. The route ambles around the banks of the Fowey estuary. Follow the path to the church of St Winnow before turning inland back to Lerryn through some National Trust woodland, via Ethy Mill.

Dog walking breaks

A Challenging Walk

Mevagissey to Par

This is the most challenging walk on our list as there are many steps to climb along this stretch of the South West Coast Path. It takes in some dramatic scenery, and passes through the historic harbour village of Charleston which provides a perfect pit stop for rest and refreshment before the final stretch of the journey to Par. Read more about the full route here.

Stay as a Couple

Five mile walk

The Dodman Loop

A five-mile walk of moderate difficulty – however, the views from Dodman Point over Veryan Bay towards Nare Head make the slight struggle all so very worthwhile. Look out for the HUGE granite cross at Dodman Point which was placed there in 1896 as a navigational aid for seafarers – it’s also the perfect spot for a scenic photo!

Find a cottage

Explore Cornwall

Have an adventure

One of the greatest things about Cornwall is the sheer amount of natural, untouched landscapes that are ideal for a day of exploring. There’s no better feeling than reaching the top of a hill, looking down and just admiring the view. So why not make up some sandwiches, put on your wellies and go on your very own Cornish adventure.

Explore Cornwall

Fuel for your walking!

The nearby town of Fowey is a superb foodie destination with no shortage of quality, independent places to eat – celebrating the best that our local, independent producers have to offer. River Mussels, gin and apple juice are all local to Fowey. And, if the promise of probably the best estuary views in the county isn’t enough to tempt you, then the many tea rooms and the thought of a cream tea should be!

Coronavirus Update – 24th March

We wanted to give you a quick update if you’ve booked with us or are wanting to in the coming months.

At the moment we are closed until the end of April and will continue to monitor the situations.  This is to ensure we can do our bit in helping to stop the spread of the virus – now is a time to stay at home and spend time with family there.  If you have a holiday booked with us or have any questions then please do give us a call or send us an email to mail@tregongeeves.co.uk

 Whilst now isn’t the time for you to come to Cornwall, it’ll still be here when we get through this – we’ll see you again.

Take care and stay healthy

Judith and Family.