Bring a picnic, drop down into Chapel Porth to the café on the beach, or explore the many eating places in and around St Agnes village.
There's year-round interest with this ever-changing landscape.
This walk takes in Carn Gowla (rock lookout in Cornish). On a clear day you can see a vast coastal landscape. From Mesolithic hunters to Second World War ammunition stores, St Agnes Head is steeped in history. It’s home to rare heathland and important seabird colonies.
People have been coming to this spot for more than 6,000 years, ever since nomadic Mesolithic hunters first stopped here - scatterings of their flint weapons and tools have been discovered beyond the car park boulders. There are also foundations of Second World War ammunition stores and gun emplacements, where Bofors guns were mounted and used by trainee gunners.
Explore the landscape of the Cornish coast from the secluded Chapel Porth to Towan Cross, and discover its rich history as a thriving mining industry.