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This most eastern tip of the north Cornwall coast offers vast beaches and hidden delights
This stretch of coast between Bude and Morwenstow is one of Cornwall's wild and dramatic corners with a character all of its own. You'll find beaches such as Sandymouth, perfect for rockpooling or surfing, and backdrops of sheer cliffs made of stony clay rock.
Whether you're looking for a short stroll or a more challenging walk there are many exhilarating coastal walks to enjoy.
Learn more about the intriguing history of vibrant local characters such as the Reverend R.S. Hawker, the vicar of Morwenstow and the Grenville family, owners of a fine mansion that stood for 60 years at Stowe Barton.
Explore valleys with sheltered woodlands full of lichen and discover coastal grasslands, as well as many flowers such as thrift and sea campion. There are rock pools aplenty along this stretch of coast with colourful creatures to spot, and not forgetting the chance of catching sight of a dolphin or basking shark out to sea, or a peregrine falcon or buzzard overhead.
Pay a visit to this stretch of the Cornish coastline and start ticking off your 50 things today. You can explore footpaths using a map and compass or go bird watching. Why not spend the day at Sandymouth beach where you can skim stones, explore a rock pool or fly a kite.
Blow the cobwebs away and explore our suggested three-mile route starting from the Rectory Tearooms. This circular walk at Morwenstow takes in the coast as well as the Tidna Valley. If you're looking for a more gentle stroll then this one-mile walk might be just what you're after.
Want to meet new people and spend a day out in the fresh air? The local rangers offer a variety of opportunities to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in. From scrub bashing to beach cleans, we'd love you to join us and help to make a real difference.
Email us or call 01288 331372 for more information.