Boscastle offers a walk to suit everyone. Whether you are looking for a gentle stroll around the harbour or a longer route taking in the coast and Valency Valley you will find it here.
Spend the a short while walking around this beautiful natural inlet in the heart of north Cornwall by following our harbour trail.
Traverse the cliffs around Boscastle before exploring the Valency Valley on this National Trust trail in Cornwall.
Explore the area around Boscastle from Crackington Haven and beyond.
Please note, while the Rocky Valley walk is available, there is currently no access to the adjacent Bossiney Haven due to a rock fall - the path to the cove is closed. The South West Coast Path (running east-west) remains open.
Enjoy a scenic walk at Barras Nose, a headland at Tintagel, in the lee of the towering Tintagel Island and Castle ruins linked to the legends of King Arthur.
Enjoy a walk that takes in the spectacular Pentire Point and the Rumps. The circular route starts at the main car park at Pentireglaze where there are toilets and a café (check for opening).
Just a mile or so before you reach New Polzeath, there's a sheltered valley where light woodland and scrub lead to a gem of a rocky bay, with sandy coves at low tide.