From Marsland Mouth, north of Bude, all the way down to Newquay, Natural England is currently making plans to improve public access to the beautiful North Cornish coastline.
According to the proposal, new sections of coast path would be created, based largely but not entirely on the existing south-west coast path, to provide a continuous route along the path. The aim is also to make this 128km stretch of coastal path future-proof against coastal erosion.
A walk along this path will take visitors through some of the most popular, attractive and historic regions of the county. The beautiful sandy beaches of Bude, the picturesque harbour at Boscastle, the drama of Tintagel Castle, the intimacy and character of the fishing village of Port Isaac, the bustle of busy Padstow and the waves of Newquay – the list goes on.
Explore the North Cornish coastline
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