I'm looking for a Find a

Love Cornwall Blog

5 Coastal Walks This Easter Sunday


Happy Easter! If you’ve just finished your Sunday lunch and wishing to get out in the fresh air – we have beautiful coastal walks for you.

Admire the stunning Cornish coast, wildlife and Cornish Spring air!

Tehidy Country Park to Deadman’s Cove

Tehidy Country Park to Deadman’s Cove provides a lovely spring walk. Discover lakes and the river running through the park. You will get the chance to see wildlife such as ducklings, swans, squirrels, birds and more! 

Follow the river through the park to Coombe, then cross the Reskajeage Downs to reach the North Cliffs near Deadman’s Cove. You will be able to view the stunning rugged cliff views as you make your way to Basset’s Cove. You will then be able to re-enter Tehidy Country Park and catch sight of stunning wild bluebells. Unfortunately dogs are not welcome throughout the year, to protect the wildlife.

Bedruthan Steps

Bedruthan Steps provides a walk to discover the stunning coast and the surrounding area. Look over sandy beaches and look out or wildlife such as kestrels, skylarks and seabirds.

Follow the coastal path from Pentire Steps via Bedruthan Steps to Mawgan Porth. Follow the route from Mawgan Porth and pass the remains of St Eval airfield, providing an interesting stroll. This is a fantastic walk to admire the scenery, and follow lovely pathways on your return. Dogs are also welcomed to enjoy the coastal walk.

St Ives To Carbis Bay

The coastal walk from St Ives to Carbis Bay is a great chance to enjoy the panoramic views from The Steeple and also experience the beautiful sandy beaches at Carbis Bay and Porthminster. Discover St Ives’ harbour, cottages and pop into art galleries.

It’s a varied walk, allowing you to discover the town and enjoy the gorgeous coastal views on your travels.

Begin your walk at the Trenwith car park in St Ives and make your way through Steeple Woods nature reserve. Then make your way through Trelyon Downs, where you will be able to follow the Carbis Valley to the beach. You can then walk the coastal path from Carbis Bay to Porthminster Beach, returning to the colourful town of St Ives.

Zennor to Gurnard’s Head

Enjoy the stunning views of the coastline, enjoy the sandy beach of Porthmeor and discover wildflowers this spring.

The walk starts at Zennor, and makes it's way to the coast at Pendour Cove. Follow the coastal path past Veor Cove and over Carnelloe Cliff and Boswednack Clff to Treen Cove. At Treen Cove you will be able to look at the engine remains and a medieaval chapel.

Holywell to Crantock

This coastal walk will be a great family adventure. Follow the rugged coastline for beautiful views and discover the natural series of basins created from dissolved minerals. Explore the sandy beaches at Holywell, Porth Joke and Crantock, where dogs are more than welcome.

Keep an eye out for wildlife as you make your way along the coast and the dunes of Cubert Common.

The walk begins by making your way across the beach at Holywell where you can follow the coast path around Kelsey Head to the cove of Porth Joke. Follow the walk around Wet Pentire point to Crantock beach. You can return by heading over Cubert Common along the Holywell dunes.

Where's your favourite coastal walk?



Cornwall's Pirate FMPirate 70sEscape to Cornwall radioPirate Education and Training


© LoveCornwall.com, from Pirate FM

Pirate FM cannot be held responsible for the content of external links.