Cornwall’s long and dramatic coastline is a wonderland for hikers and walkers. We offer a choice of three different week-long self-guided walking holidays in Cornwall along the cliff-top footpath taking in tiny fishing villages and remote sandy beaches.

Each of our Cornwall tours can be extended to include a short visit to the wilderness of Bodmin Moor, the setting of Daphne du Maurier’s “Jamaica Inn”.


Old tin mine, Cornwall

Lands End & St Ives

England’s western most peninsula is famous for its spectacular granite sea-cliffs. It is also home to fascinating remains of the former tin mining industry which are now part of an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our 5 or 7-night hiking tour follows the coastal footpath from the fishing village of Mousehole past Lands End to the artists’ mecca of St Ives.



Lantic Bay

Polperro to Mevagissey

Cornwall’s south coast faces the English Channel and enjoys an almost sub-tropical climate. Our 6-night tour follows the cliff-top path between the fishing villages of Polperro and Mevagissey. On the way, we spend two nights in the historic port of Fowey whose fortifications date back to Henry VIII. There are opportunities to visit the world-famous Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.



Boscastle Harbour

Padstow & Tintagel Coast

Cornwall’s north coast faces the Atlantic. West of Padstow, the coastal footpath overlooks wide sandy beaches that are popular with surfers. From Padstow, we take the ferry across the river Camel and follow the high and rugged coastal cliffs to the legendary coastal fortress of King Arthur at Tintagel. Our 6-night tour ends at the tiny rock-girt harbour of Boscastle.