With miles of footpaths to explore as well as the famous South West Coast Path, the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall offers a wealth of walking for all abilities and ages. Here are some of our favourite local walks for you to choose from and download.
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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.
Take this short, 1-mile walk, along the west coast of the Lizard peninsula, taking in some distinctive coastal scenery, traditional agriculture and rare flora and fauna.
This 7 mile walk around the Lizard Peninsula, the southerly tip of mainland Britain, takes in dramatic cliff scenery, rare wildflowers and an interesting coastal history.
Take a walk down to the sea through the picturesque Poltesco valley, exploring this hidden gem and its fascinating history.
Discover a medieval settlement, the silver coins washed ashore from the San Salvador Spanish ship wreck and the Gunwalloe Marsh birdlife as you follow this Cornish trail.
Penrose offers a wealth of long and short walks in sheltered woodlands and along exposed sections of coasts. We've put a list of favourites together here.
Miles of coast and countryside, beaches and wildlife are waiting to be explored on The Lizard.
Planning a visit to the Lizard, why not choose to stay in one of our unique holiday cottages?
Some of the least known but best beaches in Cornwall are right here on The Lizard, we've complied a short summary to make it easy for you to choose which ones to visit.