our favorite cornish walks


We've accumulated some of our team's favorite coastal walks. Cornwall boasts a diverse tapestry of natural beauty waiting to be explored. We've included insider tips, as well as some hidden gems that make each of these walks a memorable adventure. Whether you're a seasoned hiker or a leisurely stroller, there's something for everyone amidst the stunning vistas and rich heritage of Cornwall's Coastline.

Holywell to Perranporth

Chrissy Emmerson, Graphic Designer: "It’s a pretty mellow stroll along the coast path and across Perranporth beach. We usually like to make our way up to Droskyn carpark where there is a little container ship café called Slous Clifftop Café, they make the best veggie burgers you’ll ever try. It takes about 4 hours to walk there and back if you take your time and stop for a bite." 


Porthcurno to Cribba Head

Emma Jenkins, E-commerce Manager: "A unique part of the coastline with stunning views. There is a clear path but it is quite rocky so you do feel like its a proper workout! Pop to The Logan Rock Inn for some proper pub grub".

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Godrevy to Gwithian

Eloise Giddens, E-commerce Assistant: "I love walking along the South West Coast Path across Godrevy Point towards Gwithian Beach. It's a relatively easy stroll and there's lots to see on a clear day - including Godrevey Lighthouse and Mutton Cove which is often full of seals! There are also a couple of cafes on route and plenty of parking."


"One of my favorite spots to stop for a drink or a snack is Kabyn Cafe on Godrevy beach - they do amazing hot chocolates and delicious sweet treats!!"


Gyllngvase Beach to Maenporth Beach

Alison Thorn, Graphic Designer: "A few times a year I try to get in a walk from Gylly Beach in Falmouth over to Maenporth following the coastal path the whole way (and then head back again). It's a great walk as it's sea views most of the route with some woodland also that will have bluebells and wild garlic coming up at the right time of year. There are also Cafes / Coffee / Ice Cream stops at Gylly, Swanpool and Maenporth.... what's not to like!"

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Polzeath to Pentire Headland

Hattie Frisby, Marketing Manager: "This is one of my favorite Cornish walks. Parking at New Polzeath overlooking the surfers, you follow the South West Coast Path skirting the beach at Baby Bay, then up to the cliffs out towards the headland at Pentire. In the summer there are gorgeous wild flowers, and the sea is beautifully clear. You’ll often spot paddleboarders enjoying the sunshine too. The views are stunning looking across the Camel Estuary to Tregirls Beach and Padstow."

what to wear!

Merino is perfect as a base layer for a slightly windy spring day. 

We love Merino wool for its temperature regulating properties where it is able to breathe effectively in both warm and cold conditions.

A Celtic & Co favorite, our Cable Zip Cardigan is perfect for year-round layering. The natural fibres allow your skin to breathe whilst keeping you warm on those breezier days.

This cardigan is also produced entirely in Britain. Click here to read more about our 100% British Wool. 

Tanks are a perfect option for a sunnier day and can be layered easily with cardigans and jumpers for a casual look.

This Recycled Cotton Tank is beautifully soft and makes a comfortable but still stylish option for walking along the Cornish coastline.

Waxed Cotton delivers unbeatable strength and resistance against unpredictable British weather.

Its warmth makes it the perfect go-to even if the skies are blue on those transitional spring days.

Honourable Mentions!

Bosveal to Grebe - Mischa Jones, CRM Executive

Polzeath to Rock (via Daymer Bay) - Liam Hemmens, Group E-commerce Manager