Cornwall in Style

This self-guided walking tour in Cornwall immerses you in luxury as you stay in some of the best hotels this area has to offer including celebrity chef Rick Stein's hotel in Padstow. This tour also features small Cornish fishing ports, legends of Phoenician traders, pirates, coves and the pilgrimage route of Michael’s Way. 

Discover a plethora of highlights, relaxing in one of renowned chef Rick Stein’s seafront restaurants, striding out to reach the tip of Trevose Head with views to Newquay, the iconic fishing village of Mousehole, and glimpsing St Michael’s Mount as you reach the south coast. 

Begin in Padstow, a delightful seaside town and embark on walks that take you along small beaches with green and purple rocks and ride on a tiny ferry that crosses the Camel River Estuary. Pass S
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Hiking trail · North Cornwall
Padstow Loop Walk Around Rock
easy
11.5 km
3:20 h
105 m
107 m
Cross the Camel Estuary from Padstow to explore Rock via a number of coastal paths, sand dune trails and footpaths.
from Craig Dickson,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · United Kingdom
Padstow to Constantine Bay
moderate
18.7 km
4:45 h
562 m
533 m
A beautiful coastal walk along the cliffs of Cornwall from Padstow to Constantine Bay.
from Craig Dickson,   Macs Adventure
moderate
13.4 km
3:45 h
318 m
337 m
Follow the St Michael's Way Pilgrimage path from north to south finishing at the famous St Michael's Mount in Marazion.
from Craig Dickson,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · United Kingdom
Loop Walk from Marazion
moderate
17 km
4:15 h
445 m
441 m
Leisurely circular walk through idyllic Cornwall backcountry onto dramatic cliff paths en route back to Marazion.
from Craig Dickson,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · United Kingdom
Marazion to Mousehole
easy
10.6 km
2:40 h
204 m
209 m
Pleasant coastal walk from Marazion to Mousehole past beaches and harbours, offering lovely views of St Michael's Mount.
from Craig Dickson,   Macs Adventure