Walking holidays in Cornwall

If you’re a fan of the great outdoors and like nothing more than lacing up those boots and exploring the coast and country, then walking holidays in Cornwall are for you!

Cornwall has some truly amazing landscapes for keen walkers to explore – from stunning clifftop walks to bracing hikes up moorland peaks. So, put your best foot forward and enjoy a walking holiday in Cornwall! At our Newquay holiday park you’re only a stone’s throw from some of the county’s most popular walks and, of course, we’re beside the sea, so you can pick up the South West Coast Path right outside our door!

For those who are considering walking holidays in Cornwall for future breaks, we’ve put together some of our favourite walks. Take a look and see what you think…

Our top 5 walks in Cornwall

  1. Porth to Bedruthan Steps: Get those walking boots laced up and get ready for a stunning stroll along clifftops and on golden sandy beaches as you walk from the village of Porth to the striking Bedruthan Steps rock formation. This walk takes in the pretty destinations of Watergate Bay and Mawgan Porth and boasts some breathtaking coastal views!
  2. St Agnes Head to Porthtowan: Another walk along the coast with some spectacular coastal scenery. This walk sets off from St Agnes, a small and pretty coastal town that is well worth a visit in itself. Here you walk along the coast to Chapel Porth, a quaint little cove, before travelling on to the busy surfer’s destination of Porthtowan.
  3. Circular walk around Roughtor and Brown Willy: How do you fancy conquering Cornwall’s two highest peaks? Admittedly, they don’t quite compare to those you’ll find in the Lake District or Scotland, but they still represent a fair challenge. This walk boast breathtaking views of Cornwall’s north and south coast and also takes you through the remains of prehistoric settlements.
  4. The Lizard and Kynance Cove: Take a trip to the UK’s most southerly mainland point and explore the Lizard Peninsula. Here a moderate circular walk awaits as you walk from Lizard Point up the beautiful Kynance Cove. The walk takes in striking rock formations and even a shipwreck. Kynance Cove is a great place for that rewarding cream tea!
  5. Trevose Head: Starting at Constantine Bay, the walk takes you across a sandy beach to Booby’s Bay and then follows the coast path to Dinas Head and the famous lighthouse. The route passes around Trevose Head and on to Padstow lifeboat station and the sheltered beach of Mother Ivey’s Bay. It then continues to Harlyn Beach, with its beautiful turquoise waters.

So if you’re considering walking holidays in Cornwall for a future breaks, choose a stay at Porth Beach Holiday Park, where you’re only a short distance from some of Cornwall’s finest walks.
For more information on walks in Cornwall, see here.