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A dramatic and rugged coastline with an abundant variety of wildlife
This spectacular stretch of coastline offers fine views and hidden delights. Heading north from Polzeath discover Pentire Point and The Rumps, views of which inspired First World War poet Lawrence Binyon.
Mining for lead once provided local communities with employment but now the long deserted mine shafts are home to the greater horseshoe bat. It's possible to catch a glimpse of them as they emerge from their roosts deep below the cliffs.
Lundy Bay nestles alongside Epphaven Cove and sits in a secluded valley that thrives with rich flora and fauna. This tranquil spot is perfect for bird watching and is a haven for butterflies and wild flowers. Explore Port Quin and Port Gaverne, both of which were once bustling fishing ports but can now offer you tranquillity and the charm of their preserved historic environment.
Blow the cobwebs away whilst enjoying a 3-mile route - it's an exploration of Pentire Point taking in views of the Rumps as well as Pentireglaze Haven beach. If you're looking for a more gentle stroll, then why not try a 1-mile walk at Lundy Bay?
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.