Walking in South East Cornwall
South East Cornwall provides some of the best walks in the country for anyone looking to explore a beautiful piece of nature, now we may be fairly biased but we think that you will agree when you come down and visit.
Firstly you have the 33 miles of the South West Coastal Path stretching from Fowy, through Looe and on to Cremyll. This path alone offers you wonderful scenery which is ever changing as you continue on, it also offers you hidden coves to visit along the way and if that wasn’t enough you can even stop off in the villages along the way for a bite to eat in wonderful cafés and restaurants for a snack or a meal to get ready for the next leg of your journey. Most of the stretches of the coastal path are covered by regular bus services as well so there isn’t even a need to walk back, you can explore until your heart’s content and get back safe and sound.
If that wasn’t enough, heading inland from the coast there is also plenty of wooded valleys which are always worth exploring, some of which date back to the time of the doomsday book (1086). Both the Looe Valley and the Tamar Valley are accessible by train and you can pick up walk packs from the stations when you arrive.
There is still so much of our wonderful countryside to explore and immerse yourself into, we really are the perfect place to come for anyone looking for the perfect walking holiday, but then we said that already.
VISITING LOOE IN CORNWALL
For camping holidays in Cornwall or if you would like any more information about the perfect walking holiday in the South East of Cornwall. For more information regarding walking holidays in Looe then please call us on 01503 265 922or use our contact form to forward your details.