Walks in Cornwall you can get to by bus

The summer is here and it's the perfect time to explore some of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall. Why not travel with First Kernow Buses so you can relax en route to explore this dramatic coastline? Here's the best way to get from the bus stop to special places including Godrevy, Cape Cornwall, Levant Mine, Botallack and Carnewas at Bedruthen. Where will you discover?

walkers at Godrevy

Getting to Godrevy from the bus stop

Getting to Godrevy by bus is nice and easy with First Kernow buses in the summer months. Spend the day on the beach for a paddle, swim or surf or take a walk around the headland and see what wildlife you can spot.

Cape Cornwall

Cape Cornwall from the bus stop

Take the 1 mile walk from the bus stop in St Just to Cape Cornwall, past the house of a famous mine captain to explore England’s only cape and it’s wild Atlantic ocean

View of the Botallack mines

Botallack from the bus stop

Adventure begins at the bus stop; this ½ mile walk from the bus stop will take you to Botallack. Located on the Tin Coast, you can take a walk around this Cornish World Heritage Site and see the famed Crowns engine houses which cling to the foot of the cliff.

Levant mine and beam engine

Levant Mine and Beam Engine from the bus stop

Exploring Levant Mine and Beam Engine by First Kernow bus is easy with this short walk from the bus stop. Levant Mine is located high on the cliffs of the Tin Coast with the restored 1840s steam run beam engine at the heart of this historic mining site.

The dramatic coastline at Carnewas
Walking trail

Carnewas from the bus stop 

Enjoying a coastal walk from Carnewas at Bedruthan to Porthcothan is possible over the summer months with First Kernow buses.

Check bus times before you travel 

Bus times and seasonality of bus routes can vary depending on the time of year so it's always best to check your route before setting off.