Whether you choose to spend your time relaxing on a beach, being in the surf or climbing from one rock pool to the next, I think it's safe to say that we all just love spending time enjoying the Cornish coastline! For those that wouldn't mind exploring it a little bit more, I thought that I'd share some of the best coastal walks that you're sure to enjoy a lot!
Here's a list of our top five favourite coastal walks in Cornwall!
Porthcothan to Treyarnon, to Constantine
With soft sand, sheltering cliffs and awesome coastal walks, Porthcothan Bay has it all. The walk to Treyarnon is a couple miles long and only takes about an hour. Follow the cliff edge (with caution of course) and make sure to admire the beautiful coves, interesting sea stacks and turquoise waters along the way!
Once you find yourself at Treyarnon, it's only a short way to Constantine Bay. Here, you can explore the sand dunes and walk the length of the long stretching beach to Boobys Bay, where you might find the remains of a shipwreck if the tide's right!