Dramatic coastal scenes truly come to life in the winter months, as the wind and waves crash against the rocks. There are miles of beaches and coastal paths that stretch across this ancient landscape.
Walk through historic parkland, along an oak-fringed creek and over a timber framed bridge to the promontory fort and 18th-century quay at Roundwood.
A scenic walk around Britain’s most southerly point and a chance to find rare plants, see Cornish choughs and enjoy a cream tea to finish.
A gentle ramble up to the top of Godolphin Hill which boasts one of the best views over West Cornwall. On a clear day you can see St Michael's Mount and St Ives bay.
A simple coastal stroll, with wide sea views, and an interesting stop off point at the National Coastwatch lookout.
With a gently undulating landscape leading out to Falmouth Bay, there are wooded valleys and secluded beaches waiting to be explored on foot.
You'll find a bit of everything on this moderate walking trail.
Learn more about the industrial heritage of this part of Cornwall on a stunning walk across coastal heathland.