Cornish Coastal Path South: Marazion to Mevagissey

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This holiday includes a wonderful variety of coastal scenery ranging from sheltered tidal creeks to the wooded Fal estuary and the brooding cliffs of the Lizard, England's most southerly point. The whole area is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. Its mild climate permits even palm trees to flourish and Cornwall is the home of some of Englandís finest gardens. Cornwall historically is the land of smugglers, shipwrecks and dark deeds in secret hidden coves, many of which you will pass through on your walk. It has literary associations with the poet John Betjeman, who was tongue-tied by the spectacular cliffs, Virginia Woolfe and of course the novels of Daphne Du Maurier. The scenery is as spectacular and picturesque as the tiny fishing villages. There are superb beaches, marvelous bird watching and botanical spots, and sunsets that will stay in your memory long after you leave.
brief itinerary
DAY 1 Arrive Marazion DAY 2 Walk to Porthleven (4-5hrs) DAY 3 Walk to The Lizard via the pretty village of Mullion (6-7hrs) DAY 4 To the seaside village of Porthallow (6-7hrs) DAY 5 Walk to Falmouth (6-7hrs) DAY 6 Ferry to St Mawes, walk to Portloe (5-6hrs) DAY 7 To the fishing town of Mevagissey (5-6hrs) DAY 8 Trip concludes
trip dates
Daily from 26 Mar to 22 Oct
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what's included
MEALS: *7 breakfasts ACCOMMODATION: *7 nights in hotels and guesthouses on a twin share basis with ensuite facilities where available BACKUP & SUPPORT: *information pack including route notes & maps per room booked *luggage transfer *emergency hotline
Cornish Coastal Path South: Marazion to Mevagissey
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trip grading:
8 days
trip code:
US $960
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