Walks around Polzeath

For a walk finishing at Polzeath, the Polzeath to St Enodoc church walk is ideal. The Pentire Point walk also reaches Polzeath about half a mile from the end, so it's not too long a walk back after some time on the beach.

6.7 miles/10.9 km - Easy

Rock to St Minver

A circular walk from Rock along the sand dunes to St Enodoc church, once buried in the sand, and across fields to the mediaeval church of St Minver, returning via 3 pubs and the brewery where "Doom Bar" is made.

3.7 miles/6 km - Easy-moderate

Polzeath to St Enodoc Church

A circular walk along the coast from Polzeath past a number of small coves to the vast sandy beach at Daymer Bay, returning through the dunes past St Enodoc Church which was once so deeply buried in the sand that entrance for services was through the roof.

6.4 miles/10.3 km - Easy-moderate

Daymer Bay to Padstow

A figure-of-8 walk from Daymer Bay thorough the dunes to Rock, passing the once-buried St Enodoc church, before crossing on the ferry to Padstow, and returning along three miles of sandy beaches.

2.9 miles/4.7 km - Moderate

Port Quin to Lundy Bay

A circular walk from the fishing village of Port Quin to the golden sandy beaches of Epphaven Cove and Lundy Bay with spectacular coastal scenery, via the cliff-edge folly on Doyden Point built as a gambling den.

4.2 miles/6.7 km - Moderate

The Rumps to Polzeath around Pentire Point

A circular walk across the Iron Age hillfort on the twin headlands of The Rumps and around Pentire Point, with panoramic views of the Camel Estuary and the offshore islands, to the sandy beach at Polzeath.

9.4 miles/15.1 km - Moderate-strenuous

Port Isaac to Polzeath

A (bus-assisted) one-way walk from Port Isaac to Polzeath along the Rollercoaster Path to Port Quin, the golden beaches of Lundy Bay via the Iron Age hillfort on the twin headland of The Rumps.